This has been a grim period in so many ways, particularly with a president whose sole concern appears to be serving his base and, not coincidentally, his race.
Yes, it’s happening. A man whose political career is going down in flames has turned to setting fires at calculated locations, frantically hoping the wind shifts. #PoliticsDoneRight
Online readers of the New York Times might have been forgiven if, when they got to the editorial section on June 24, they thought they had accidentally jumped to the website of Socialist Action.
The debate about American exceptionalism is not really about whether America is exceptional (unique), but about whether it should be.
Not the guy Trump once loved. by Bryce Greene Opposing the current president is a worthy goal for anyone who wants a better world. But if that opposition is based on TV ratings and ad sales, then it is just as morally bankrupt as the president himself. John Bolton’s new book, The Room Where It Happened, […]
Media reports abruptly switched gears from declaring that reopening was proceeding with few ill effects to expressing alarm that health officials’ …
New York is beating it. Europe is beating it. Australia is beating it. Why not the rest of U.S.? Stupidity spread COVID-19 infested droplets droplets.
The NYTimes reporter who offered “Sweden’s apparent success in handling the scourge without an economically devastating lockdown” trying to explain the deadly snake oil.
With marches about racial justice involving a goodly sample of multi-colored bodies, set your binoculars on the advance of Antifa, the formless foe.
You’ve probably noticed that a number of corporate journalists—prodded by the marvelous protests against police violence—seem to have learned a new phrase, which they invoke regularly: “systemic racism.” Most missed the point.