One person shouldn’t have the power to set policies that doom the rest of humanity’s shot at mitigating rising temperatures.
Many gay preteens know early on that they are somehow different, but lack the parental and social support that heterosexuals take for granted.
In his struggle against China, the president has begun to resemble his authoritarian rival Xi Jinping.
They are endangering both American citizens and American ideals at large.
For the first time in its history, NATO does not have a strong, principled American leader to guide it.
Police in Oregon manipulated a photo to make a suspect look more like the perpetrator.
The corporatization of higher education has rendered a once-indispensable part of student life irrelevant, right when it’s needed the most.
Through the 2016 campaign, I posted a series called “Trump Time Capsule” in this space. The idea was to record…
Republican lawmakers had sought to make counties help enforce immigration law.
The famed economist’s “shareholder theory” provides corporations with too much room to violate consumers’ rights and trust.
Most speech, hateful or not, is protected by the Constitution. To pretend otherwise is foolhardy.
A downturn would crater Trump’s odds at reelection. It would also create much of the inequity, misery, and chaos that Democrats seek to avoid by winning in 2020.
The president often implies that what determines national loyalty is not citizenship but ethnicity, religion, and race.
The president crossed an important line when he canceled a meeting with the Danish prime minister.
Law-enforcement agencies can arrest terrorists, but they cannot settle existential arguments about the nature of American democracy.
AM stations mainly wanted to keep listeners engaged—but ended up remaking the Republican Party.
Using “the ruling class” and “overlords” as shorthand for Trump’s critics is Orwellian nonsense.
The next Democratic president should try nominating judges who haven’t been partners at big law firms.
The president can scarcely afford to continue the trade war, but he can scarcely afford to end it either.
College isn’t providing an effective engine of upward mobility for most Americans.