Sarah Isgur

Senior editor, The Dispatch; host, The Dispatch Podcast

Senior Editor for The Dispatch and host of The Dispatch Podcast

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What are the key takeaways from new election polling? Should Democrats be worried about protests at this summer’s convention?

Biden, Trump set to face off in debates as presidential race tightens

What are the key takeaways from new election polling? Should Democrats be worried about protests at this summer’s convention?

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Are threats to a free press signs of bigger issues in Israel? Did Kristi Noem risk a shot at becoming VP to troll the left? Plus, we discuss bias in political satire.

Should Netanyahu’s raid on Al Jazeera shift US’ view of Israel?

Are threats to a free press signs of bigger issues in Israel? Did Kristi Noem risk a shot at becoming VP to troll the left? Plus, we discuss bias in political satire.

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Have media outlets gone overboard in their coverage of campus protests? What’s at stake in (another) legal battle between states and the White House?

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Have media outlets gone overboard in their coverage of campus protests? What’s at stake in (another) legal battle between states and the White House?

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