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Charlie Sykes

MSNBC columnist Charlie Sykes is founder and editor-at-large of the Bulwark and host of "The Bulwark Podcast." His most recent book, "How the Right Lost Its Mind," was published in October 2017.

MSNBC columnist Charlie Sykes is founder and editor-at-large of the Bulwark and host of "The Bulwark Podcast." His most recent book, "How the Right Lost Its Mind," was published in October 2017.

Latest from Charlie Sykes

4d ago

Alex Jones' very bad week exposes a toxic conservative evolution

The worlds of mainstream politics, MAGA fanaticism and fringe conspiracy theory have collided. And Trump is right there in the middle of it all.
18d ago

The Bannon verdict proves Trump's MAGA bullies are vulnerable — all of them

The jury's guilty verdict symbolizes a small victory for the Jan. 6 committee, but it's a vital reminder that even the ex-president’s evil genius must obey the rule of law.
63d ago

GOP's mass shooting response is a bizarre twist for the so-called 'pro-life' party

Nearly half of Republican voters choose gun rights over protecting gun violence victims.
78d ago

The Republican flip-flop on white domestic terrorists should have political consequences

The GOP's selective outrage did not go unnoticed, even among some Trump supporters.
98d ago

J.D. Vance's victory says a lot about Trump. But it says even more about GOP voters.

Vance had a gross, openly cynical strategy for winning over Republican voters in 2022. Here's why it worked.
138d ago

Missouri's Eric Greitens is testing the limits of Trump's post-morals MAGAverse

Greitens' shamelessness creates a dilemma for some Republicans — not because of what he may have done, but because of how any allegations may hurt his electability.
185d ago

Liz Cheney, January 6 and Trump's grip on the RNC

Why did the Republican National Committee engage in such an extraordinary display of self-humiliation on Friday? Because of the danger Cheney poses.
216d ago

Why Sean Hannity's texts ahead of Jan. 6 are so terrifying

Ignore the hackery and hypocrisy — the Fox News host actually gave Trump good advice
297d ago

Is Trump running in 2024? The Claremont Institute hopes so

Once one of the most prestigious bastions of conservative thought, Claremont now spends its time putting lipstick on the Trumpian wildebeest.
307d ago

Democrats' Sinema obsession is bad for Biden but great for Trump

Sinema may annoy you, but reject her and you call forth political horrors from the deep.
317d ago

Trump's Arizona election lies unchanged after 'fraudit' results. That's by design.

For the boosters of the "big lie," the Arizona audit flop was not even a speed bump. And that should tell us a great deal about this moment in U.S. politics.