David Masciotra

David Masciotra is the author of four books, including "Mellencamp: American Troubadour" (University Press of Kentucky, 2015) and "Barack Obama: Invisible Man" (Eyewear Publishing, 2017). Contribute through LaterPay to support David's Salon articles -- all money donated goes directly to the writer.

A Brooklyn gentrification soundtrack: Kraz's "Telescope," a timely New York story David Masciotra
"Resistance" liberals love the FBI and CIA. History says they don't love you back David Masciotra
"The destruction of a society": First the U.S. invaded Iraq — then we left it poisoned David Masciotra
Donald Trump and the Republican Party hate America: It's time to say it David Masciotra
The inspiring poetics of Tedeschi Trucks Band David Masciotra
Whose country is "broken and crime infested," Mr. President? Spoiler: It's ours David Masciotra
Independent of everything: Is America too dumb for democracy? David Masciotra
Brewing a "Coffeehouse Resistance": Hopeful activism that's organized and energized David Masciotra
The spontaneous magic of Gov't Mule in concert: "We feel more comfortable on stage than anywhere" David Masciotra
My regrettable libertarian romance: I rebounded from my experimental phase, but many don't David Masciotra
The Punisher skull: Unofficial logo of the white American death cult David Masciotra
Trump's authoritarianism can never be treated like business as usual David Masciotra
Son Volt's Jay Farrar is "singing about the dark times" on "Union," the new protest album David Masciotra
The absurd outrage over Jussie Smollett David Masciotra
Trump's racist delusions and the global threat of white hate David Masciotra