Andrew Sullivan

Religion

Politics has become America’s religion

The one thing Catholicism teaches the bored and distracted churchgoer is that your own mood doesn’t really matter

By Andrew Sullivan

Politics

Trump is being defended by Foghorn Leghorn

The former president is the O.J. Simpson of white celebrities

By Andrew Sullivan

Politics

The cult of Donald Trump

The one thing you cannot say about the mob that stormed the US Capitol on January 6 is that they were crazy

By Andrew Sullivan

Diary

The joy of a canceled Christmas

I’ll finally have the best excuse of my life to be unmerry in peace

By Andrew Sullivan

Politics

Trump may have lost, but his agenda is here to stay

Trump remains what he has long been: a purely destructive force, a vandalizer

By Andrew Sullivan

Diary

Why isn’t the germaphobe president afraid of coronavirus?

Perhaps Trump is such a narcissist that his concern about germs is only ever about him

By Andrew Sullivan

Media

My run-in with the New York Times

‘This is where we now are. A reporter is in fear of being canceled if he doesn’t cancel someone else’

By Andrew Sullivan

Politics

Andrew Sullivan: The evidence against Trump is overwhelming

I’m one of those people who find the holiday season the darkest time of the year

By Andrew Sullivan

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