The Weekly McMegan

Megan McArdle
The Official Newsletter of Megan McArdle
Created 13 Nov 2020
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  • Regrets, I Have a Few
    25 May 2021 • 11 min read • 1 0
    I had to make a correction this week. It happens to everyone in my business, but boy, I hate when it happens. I am an anxious wreck before any article runs; I check my work at three different points (...
  • Suddenly, and For No Apparent Reason
    17 May 2021 • 4 min read • 15 11
    Isn’t this supposed to be a weekly newsletter, a reader politely inquires? Why yes, yes it was. God willing and the creek don’t rise, it will be again, starting today, sort of, and next Monday proper....
  • That Was the Week that Was
    19 Apr 2021 • 9 min read • 9 12
    I don’t know about you, but my weeks often have themes to them. Looking back over the editions of this newsletter, we had covid-19 week, cancel culture week, and cogntive-gap week. And now we come to ...
  • To Say Nothing of the Dog ...
    12 Apr 2021 • 6 min read • 8 7
    Maybe I shouldn’t apologize for this newsletter being late, given that it is free. Part of me wants to be boldly and gloriously indifferent to any such responsibilities—you don’t like the free ice cre...
  • Cancel Everything
    03 Apr 2021 • 8 min read • 11 5
    This week, my columns ended up tied together by an unexpected thread: Hemal Jhaveri, a young editor at USA Today who reacted to the Boulder massacre by tweeting that the perpetrator of such attacks is...
  • Putting the Cycle in the News Cycle
    26 Mar 2021 • 8 min read • 8 3
    Subscribe now You know, I really thought we’d spend less time litigating identity politics issues once Trump left office. In hindsight that seems … optimistic. This conflict, whatever you want to call...
  • The Official Newsletter of Megan McArdle
    13 Nov 2020 • < 1 min read • 3 0
    Welcome to The Weekly McMegan by me, Megan McArdle. Columnist at the Washington Post. Opinions my own, and boy do I have a lot of them. Sign up now so you don’t miss the first issue. Subscribe now In ...
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