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.
VoicesI Tried to Make Claims About Election Fraud So Preposterous Trump Fans Wouldn’t Believe Me. It Was Impossible.
I was acting as Trump and his minions do: free to say anything, no matter how ridiculous, with no basis in observable fact.
VoicesAt 245, America Is Old Enough to Be Honest About Its Founding
The Declaration of Independence’s clause about “merciless Indian Savages” and its deleted passage on slavery say a lot about us.
VoicesFarewell to Donald Rumsfeld, Dreary War Criminal
Rumsfeld managed to do terrible things throughout his life while remaining tremendously banal.
Biden’s Bombing Campaign Is a Trumpian Assertion of Presidential Power
Trump’s berserk recklessness opened a window to rein in presidential war powers. Biden’s actions show that window is now closed.