Before joining First Look Media, Jon Schwarz worked for Michael Moore’s Dog Eat Dog Films and was a research producer for Moore’s “Capitalism: A Love Story.”
He’s contributed to many publications, including the New Yorker, the New York Times, The Atlantic, the Wall Street Journal, Mother Jones, and Slate, as well as NPR and “Saturday Night Live.”
In 2003, he collected on a $1,000 bet that Iraq would have no weapons of mass destruction.
Big Chunks of Corporate Tax Cuts End Up in Executives’ Pockets
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The minimum wage once went up hand in hand with the productivity of the U.S. economy. It should again.
RIP Rush Limbaugh, Who Spent His Entire Life on the Government Dole
The hilarious irony at the core of Limbaugh’s life was that his career and wealth were a handout from the U.S. government.
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The fourth Brent Bozell is carrying on the centurylong tradition of far-right provocation by the first three Brent Bozells.