Matthew Sheffield

A writer, web developer, and former tv producer, Matthew Sheffield covers politics, media, and technology for Salon. You can email him via m.sheffield@salon.com or follow him on Twitter.

Laura Ingraham meets the Afrocentric "alt-right" — and it's every bit as weird as it sounds Matthew Sheffield
Kevin McCarthy wants to replace Paul Ryan: Will the far right stop him once again? Matthew Sheffield
It's still Paul Ryan's party, not Donald Trump's: The speaker has controlled the agenda Matthew Sheffield
James Comey's smug PR tour has almost no news value — but it's driving Donald Trump nuts Matthew Sheffield
Trump’s Scooter Libby pardon is scarily strategic — and paves the way for shutting down Mueller Matthew Sheffield
Right's ludicrous Facebook obsession: Snowflakes claim bias against conservatives Matthew Sheffield
Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t know how Facebook works. Unfortunately neither does anyone in Congress Matthew Sheffield
Mr. Zuckerberg goes to Washington: Can the Facebook founder wriggle off the hook? Matthew Sheffield
Conservatives are raging at the Atlantic — and themselves — over columnist Kevin Williamson's firing Matthew Sheffield
Dumping Facebook? If you really want online privacy, here are the tools you need Matthew Sheffield
Facebook can't be trusted — and everyone in the tech world is piling on Matthew Sheffield
Trump's absurd new argument: He wants to ban people from reading official Twitter accounts Matthew Sheffield
"Roseanne" and her people: Populist voters who don't fit in either party Matthew Sheffield
Democrats need big margins to take back the House: Report Matthew Sheffield
The New York Times tried to broaden its range of opinions: A good idea, thoroughly botched Matthew Sheffield