Andrew Sullivan

Journalist, author of The Weekly Dish on Substack

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Journalist, author of The Weekly Dish on Substack and Out On A Limb: Selected Writing 1989-2021.

Former Senior Editor at The Atlantic, his blog The Daily Dish can be found on the magazine's website; author of The Conservative Soul: How We Lost It, How to Get It Back and Virtually Normal, which makes the case for equal marriage rights

Andrew Sullivan on KCRW

Josh, Gustavo, Megan and special guest Andrew Sullivan talk about a post-pandemic world and today’s polarized politics.

Policy and people after plagues

Josh, Gustavo, Megan and special guest Andrew Sullivan talk about a post-pandemic world and today’s polarized politics.

from Left, Right & Center

The House approves two articles of impeachment against President Trump.

Impeach and cooperate

The House approves two articles of impeachment against President Trump.

from Left, Right & Center

Writer Andrew Sullivan argues that the opioid epidemic is a symptom of a larger cultural problem of American identity -- modern American life is dragging us into addiction.

How the American way of life created the opioid epidemic

Writer Andrew Sullivan argues that the opioid epidemic is a symptom of a larger cultural problem of American identity -- modern American life is dragging us into addiction.

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