Phoebe Connelly

Phoebe Connelly is a former web editor of the Prospect. Previously, she was managing editor of In These Times. She writes on political culture, human rights and feminism.

Recent Articles

HARDBALLIN'

Folks, I'll be on "Hardball" in 10 minutes. Tune in.

SC DECISION IN CRACK V. POWDER SENTENCING.

Via SCOTUSblog the Supreme Court just handed down its decision in Kimbrough v. U.S. which challenged the sentencing disparities between crack and powder cocaine:

"IF I SEE ONE MORE TELETHON ON CHRISTIAN TELEVISION I'M GOING TO PUKE."

That from a participant at an evangelistic strategy session at the offices of Charisma magazine, according to the magazine's editor, J. Lee Grady. Although Charisma's pages are filled with glowing articles by and about some of televangelism's most ardent telethon-ers, Grady has been a critic of the monetary excesses and lack of transparency in many of the ministries otherwise celebrated in his magazine. Grady has refused to condemn Sen.

CLINTON FATIGUE.

If there were any remaining doubts about whether Hillary Clinton's collapse is merely an artifice of a (hopeful?) national media or something truly demonstrable, let it be known that she has fallen, and dramatically.

"WISH BECOMES BLENDED AND CONFUSED WITH REALITY."

Eds. note: Alex Rossmiller has graciously agreed to occasionally join us on Tapped. See his previous writing for the Prospect here.

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