Joshua Green

Joshua Green is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

  • Gun-Toting Governors

    File this one under "Stories that should shock--but don't, really":Pistol-packing Texas Gov. Rick Perry...told The Associated Press on Tuesday he…

  • Will Palin Run, or Won't She?

    The former governor seems to like money more than politics

  • Oh Yeah?

    I see that Andrew Sullivan has responded with bug-eyed alarm to my suggestion that Sarah Palin might not run for president. I've got some stuff to do…

  • Sarah Palin, Inc.

    In the new issue of New York magazine, Gabriel Sherman takes a revealing look at the business of being Sarah Palin. Upshot: it's lucrative. He…

  • Tebow

    Horrible, horrible pick. He'll flame out in three years, get elected to Congress.

  • Mike Allen Is Good for Long-Form Journalism

    He's taking a lot of criticism for speed and hype, but the Playbook author delivers more than that

  • The New $100 Bill (Updated)

    Just got a press release from Treasury touting Tim Geithner's unveiling of the new $100 bill and directing me to to marvel at the…

  • Why the Internet Was Invented

    We pause today's health care programming to bring you this (via my buddy): Crazy Russian dude singing: Aaaaaand, the remix:Yup. That'll kill 10…

  • Public Option Might Not Be Dead

    Henry Waxman, the chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, says that Congress isn't finished with health care--and in fact has only just begun

  • New iPhone or Rovean Plot?

    Like Megan, I've seen the Gizmodo video, and yes, it's pretty convincing. Nevertheless, some small part of me wonders if it isn't an elaborate head…

  • Goldman's Biggest Sucker

    The SEC's fraud complaint raises lots of questions, including this one: Why are Germans such lousy investors?

  • No Respect for Romney

    Even the Beltway press openly lampoons the possible presidential candidate's stereotype as an opportunist

  • Inbred Jed Returns!

    American's favorite B-movie zombie is back with a new flick. If you have the stomach for it, see Jed Rowen in "Dahmer vs. Gacy"

  • 'The Atlantic', Your Gen X Magnet

    You may not have noticed, but your favorite Gen X actors and musicians are suddenly writing for 'The Atlantic'

  • A Fun Way to Learn the Dangers of Derivatives

    When arcane policy issues take center stage in Washington, as derivatives have this week, it can be difficult to get a handle on what exactly is at…

  • Beyond Snorkeling

    A new Washington Post story on disgraced Rep. Eric Massa (D-NY) shows just how aggressive, pervasive, and appalling was his conduct during his short…

  • Hillary to the Supreme Court?

    The short list to replace retiring Justice John Paul Stevens doesn't appear to include Hillary Clinton. But a number of smart commentators, and at…

  • Dick Vermeil: Football Legend, and Winemaker?

    Budweiser might have an iron grip on Super Bowl commercials, but one retired coach has swapped pigskin for vines

  • The GOP's Race Problem, in Numbers

    Word is, J.C. Watts gave an impassioned speech at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference yesterday, which might help the GOP regain some…

  • Meet the Grateful Dead Archivist

    Jon Stewart may joke about it, but the overseer of the legendary jam band's copious archives has just been selected


A Stop-Motion Tour of New York City

A filmmaker animated hundreds of still photographs to create this Big Apple flip book


The Absurd Psychology of Restaurant Menus

Would people eat healthier if celery was called "cool celery?"


This Japanese Inn Has Been Open for 1,300 Years

It's one of the oldest family businesses in the world.


What Happens Inside a Dying Mind?

Science cannot fully explain near-death experiences.



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