Post - Stephen Neukam (@stephenneukam)

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Stephen Neukam

@stephenneukam

Politics at The Hill

Occasionally says something interesting All views are my own

9 Posts

  1. McCarthy's sprint to Speaker

    One GOP lawmakers seemed to indicate that conservatives had a mystery candidate ready to challenge McCarthy tomorrow for the Speaker's race. More from me:
  2. After suspending political donations post-insurrection, AT&T and Valero fund election-deniers in the midterms

    WASHINGTON — After the deadly insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021, a number of corporate political action committees, including Dallas-based AT&T, declared that they would pause support for candidates who vo
  3. Hope that all the free speech warriors are slowly starting to realize that it only counts as “free speech” if it serves to enrich Elon Musk
  4. It's really cool to see the news orgs that have already started to use this platform. I think the posting format actually opens up some creative opportunities for outlets and writers. Onward!
  5. The House and Senate passed a bipartisan $858 billion defense bill this week. It authorizes $817 billion for the Department of Defense. Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, Northrup Grumman and General D
  6. 293 lawmakers received contributions from leading defense contractors in the last two years. Here's how they voted on the $858 billion defense bill. (read)

    The House and Senate passed a bipartisan $858 billion defense bill this week. It authorizes $817 billion for the Department of Defense. Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, Northrup Grumman and General D
  7. Billionaire fetishizing

    I guess the main thing that sticks out to me about the whole Elon Musk thing is the extent to which Americans place value on being a massively wealthy individual. There's this idea that since an indivi
  8. Latest Substack on Kyrsten Sinema... (free)

    Democrats already have Kyrsten Sinema in their sights for 2024 This is where the money is already starting to flow to unseat the newly-independent senator
  9. I love Twitter, but...

    I don't think Twitter is a place where what I do for a living is valued. So that is why I am starting here on Post, where I hope I can find a community that appreciates journalists and media members. P

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