The Court’s 2012-2013 term begins tomorrow morning, and there are plenty of big cases on the docket.
Getting to the heart of the problem from my POV (plus historical numbers).
The Presidency costs taxpayers a lot of money, but that’s been true for many, many years now.
Don’t hate the player, hate the game (more or less, anyway).
There are signs that some Romney supporters have already decided their candidate is going to lose.
Both campaigns are trying to set the stage for Wednesday’s debate.
Questions about why the Obama administration pretended the attacks on our Embassy in Libya were a spontaneous reaction to a video rather than a coordinated terrorist attack are gaining steam.
Yet another case of breathless media reporting on academic research findings.
The Afghan Surge announced by President Obama in December 2009 is over. By any objective measurement, it was a failure.
Mitt Romney’s “47 Percent” remarks seem to be hurting him.
The arguments of the people claiming that every single poll showing Mitt Romney is unfairly biased do not stand up to scrutiny.
A wonderfully descriptive story in the New York Times Style section that’s almost surely mere anecdote being touted as trend.
The NYT stages an interesting debate on “Which Language Rules to Flout. Or Flaunt?”
Secret surveillance of American citizens has dramatically increased under the Obama Administration.
Our War On Drugs is having a disastrous impact on our neighbors to the south, and they’re starting to notice.
Just as we saw in 2008, the conservative base doesn’t want to hear their nominee saying that the President is a basically decent man.
Because some things are worth reinforcing.
My latest for The New Republic, “America’s Scandalous Drone War Goes Unmentioned in the Campaign,” is out.
Newly released statistics indicate that the economy is slowing down and in danger of slipping into a recession.
More than two weeks after four Americans — including the U.S. ambassador to Libya — were killed in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, FBI agents have not yet been granted access to investigate in the eastern Libyan city, and the crime scene has not been secured.
So, it’s been a quarter of a century since “Star Trek: The Next Generation” made its debut. As if I didn’t feel old already.