Joseph Hogan

Joseph Hogan is a writer and fact-checker. His work has appeared in The NationThe Point, and elsewhere. He lives in New York City.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Making Money from Division

Joseph Hogan reviews Matt Taibbi’s latest, “Hate Inc.: Why Today’s Media Makes Us Despise One Another.”...


An Anti-PC Morality Tale

Scott Johnston’s “Campusland” is a half-baked satire of campus life and politics....

An Anti-PC Morality Tale
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