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.
The Coronavirus Crisis“Money Is as Much Mine as It Is Yours”: Weird Historical Echoes as an Elite D.C. School Gets a Bailout
Woodrow Wilson, race, class, and why Sidwell Friends got $5.2 million from the federal government.
“Capital in the 21st Century”: Finally, a Movie That Tells the Story of How We Got Into This Mess
Based on the bestseller by Thomas Piketty, this documentary shows how the elite stays in power by shaping the way we think.
VoicesThe Corporate Right Is Giving Us Two Choices: Go Back to Work, or Starve
The right will fight to the death — our death — against any genuine bailout for regular people during the Covid-19 pandemic. Here‘s why.
Donors to Top Fundraising Democrat in New York Congressional Race Include John Negroponte, George W. Bush’s Intelligence Chief
Evelyn Farkas’s campaign has received at least $100,000 from the defense industry, a host of lobbyists, and prominent Republicans like Negroponte.