How can journalism bring about accountability and change? That's the burning question on my mind as the midterm elections approach and investigations into Trump intensify. And in "People Power Can Still Win," I unpack it with a change-maker who goes back to MoJo’s early days, share why I'm hopeful, and kick off our always-urgent fall fundraising drive. I hope you'll give it a read, and that you'll support our journalism that exists to make a difference, not a profit, and help us raise the $325,000 we need right now.
How can journalism bring about accountability and change? That's the burning question Mother Jones’ Monika Bauerlein unpacks in "People Power Can Still Win" as the midterms approach, investigations into Trump intensify, and we kick off our fall fundraising drive. Please support our journalism that exists to make a difference, not a profit, and help us raise the $325,000 we need right now.
Red Alert It was billed as America’s frontline defense against terrorism. But badly underfunded, hamstrung by special interests, and ignored by the White House, the Department of Homeland Security has been sidelined by the administration’s obsession with Iraq.
The New Ward Heelers By Samantha M. Shapiro They don’t work for a political party and can’t canmpaign for any candidate. But the organizers of 527 groups may nonetheless be the key to victory.
The Way It Was By Eleanor Cooney In the 1960s, the author had a dangerous late abortion. If the antiabortion forces have their way, her story could become commonplace again.
Frontier Justice Photo Essay By Asim Rafiqui Text By J. Malcolm Garcia With a carrot and a stick, Pakistan is forcing remote tribes to search for Osama bin Laden and his followers — or else.
Crossing the Lines By Michael Scherer The inside story of how a top Pentagon official and influential Republicans tried to deliver Iraq’s lucrative wireless market to Qualcomm.
For a Week’s Worth of Gas By Ted Williams In Wyoming’s Upper Green River Valley and across the West, crucial wildlife habitat is being sacrificed in the name of the Bush-Cheney energy plan.