Chauncey DeVega

Chauncey DeVega is a politics staff writer for Salon. His essays can also be found at He also hosts a weekly podcast, The Chauncey DeVega Show. Chauncey can be followed on Twitter and Facebook.

Six things we learned from the New Zealand massacre: Tim Wise on the crisis of whiteness Chauncey DeVega
Trump's war of words claims real victims: Can we now see this man for who he really is? Chauncey DeVega
CIA agent turned comics writer Tom King on making art in the era of Trump's "absurdity" Chauncey DeVega
Does anyone doubt that Donald Trump inspired the New Zealand massacre? Chauncey DeVega
Chris Hedges: Democrats may well lose to Trump again, and Bernie Sanders is "naive" Chauncey DeVega
"You needed the Negro Motorist Green Book more in the North and the West" Chauncey DeVega
Author of "Trump on the Couch": Trump should be "quarantined"; Cohen should fear for his life Chauncey DeVega
Donald Trump's 2020 re-election strategy: Scaring white people with threats of violence Chauncey DeVega
Frederick Douglass and the Trump resistance: "Power concedes nothing without a demand" Chauncey DeVega
Michael Cohen's testimony: A dark spectacle, and a severe indictment of America's political culture Chauncey DeVega
Who are the real thugs in America? Right-wing terror and the Trump era Chauncey DeVega
Yale psych prof: If Trump weren't president he would be "contained and evaluated" Chauncey DeVega
Scholar Eddie Glaude Jr. on despair, justice and Black History Month in the Trump era Chauncey DeVega
Scholar Matt Sears: Someday MAGA hats will be shameful secrets, like Klan robes Chauncey DeVega
Why the Punisher is more relatable than Superman: "Anger is an easier feeling" Chauncey DeVega