Thomas Frank

Thomas Frank is a Salon politics and culture columnist. His many books include "What's The Matter With Kansas," "Pity the Billionaire" and "One Market Under God." He is the founding editor of The Baffler magazine.

Deaths mount from high-speed police pursuits, despite calls to restrict them Thomas Frank
The worst DC has to offer: Influence is a paean to Washington greed and corruption Thomas Frank
The Democrats own this mess too: Gerrymandering and obstructionism alone can't explain American inequality Thomas Frank
Bill Clinton's odious presidency: Thomas Frank on the real history of the '90s Thomas Frank
It's not just Fox News: How liberal apologists torpedoed change, helped make the Democrats safe for Wall Street Thomas Frank
Chain restaurants are killing us: Billionaire bankers, minimum-wage toilers and the nasty truth about fast-food nation Thomas Frank
Thomas Frank: First we kill all the diamond-class five-million milers Thomas Frank
Thomas Frank: The New Republic, the torture report, and the TED talks geniuses who gutted journalism Thomas Frank
Thomas Frank: Ann Coulter and David Brooks play a sneaky, unserious class card Thomas Frank
Thomas Frank: Wall Street's long, slow tease Thomas Frank
Thomas Frank: Phony spin even Fox News won't buy Thomas Frank
Thomas Frank on Ronald Reagan's secret tragedy: How '70s and '80s cynicism poisoned Democrats and America Thomas Frank
The GOP's poisonous double-speak: Thomas Frank on how Republicans hijacked the midterms Thomas Frank
Righteous rage, impotent fury: Thomas Frank returns to Kansas to hunt the last days of Sam Brownback and Pat Roberts Thomas Frank
Thomas Frank: "We are such losers" Thomas Frank