Joshua Green

Joshua Green is a national correspondent at Bloomberg Businessweek, a CNN political analyst, and the author of Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Nationalist Uprising. He was an editor at the Washington Monthly from 2001 to 2003.


The Bookie of Virtue

“We should know that too much of anything, even a good thing, may prove to be our undoing…[We] need … to set definite boundaries on our appetites.” No person can be more rightly credited with making morality and personal responsibility an integral part of the political debate than William J. Bennett. For more than 20… Read more »

The Bookie of Virtue

“We should know that too much of anything, even a good thing, may prove to be our undoing…[We] need … to set definite boundaries on our appetites.” No person can be more rightly credited with making morality and personal responsibility an integral part of the political debate than William J. Bennett. For more than 20… Read more »

The Bookie of Virtue

“We should know that too much of anything, even a good thing, may prove to be our undoing…[We] need to set definite boundaries on our appetites.” No person can be more rightly credited with making morality and personal responsibility an integral part of the political debate than William J. Bennett. For more than 20 years,… Read more »

Reagan’s Liberal Legacy

Over the past several months, Nancy Reagan has quietly been alerting friends and family that the health of her husband Ronald Reagan, the nation’s 40th president, is failing rapidly due to Alzheimer’s. Reagan will turn 92 on Feb. 6, and the signs seem to suggest that he won’t be with us for very much longer…. Read more »