Conservatives claim to support freedom of speech and freedom of expression, but they’ve utterly failed that test when it comes to their reaction to players who peacefully and respectfully kneel during the National Anthem.
Andrew Sullivan wonders, “Will there always be an England?”
The longer this race goes on, the hard it becomes to deny the truth about Donald Trump.
In an ordinary post-recession world, we wouldn’t need to talk about extended unemployment benefits, but times are far from ordinary.
David Brooks has an idea that only David Brooks could love.
If one has views that one will not change even in the face of the best case scenario for new data against those views, then one cannot claim to be an analyst.
David Frum begins a withering review for The Daily Beast, “Charles Murray’s Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010 is an important book that will have large influence. It is unfortunately not a good book.”
Have Americans divided themselves into what are becoming increasingly different cultures?
Contrary to what Eugene Robinson and Paul Krugman argue today, compassion does not require one to support government social welfare programs.
A former opponent of same-sex marriage admits he was wrong.
On the eve of this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, another shot has been fired by those boycotting the meeting due to the presence of a gay conservative group.
Mike Huckabee is the latest Republican to tack up the banner against the so-called “elites.”
Charles Murray argues that the Tea Party is right to complain about out-of-touch elites.