We’re getting weird policies almost nobody is asking for.
A sensible compromise on a controversial issue.
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority is signaling an unfavorable ruling.
A brief foray into looking at Alabama state policy on fighting addiction.
“Cooking with gas” could become a thing of the past. But it probably won’t.
The response to extreme rhetoric from Trump is producing the some old responses.
Spoiler alert: the GOP has already failed this test multiple times.
The Attorney General can’t please everyone, so he’s got to please himself.
Our English-speaking brethren have much less tolerance for massacres than we do.
Not everything is racially-motivated but most things have a disparate impact.
The company is begrudgingly complying with the EU’s requirement.
While enormous, the commander-in-chief’s control over state secrets is not absolute.
The Democrats have lots of problems. Salesmanship is pretty far down the list.
Brussels has gotten ahead of Washington in regulating mostly American-based Internet companies.
Pointless change that will increase costs and create confusion.
The Biden administration’s mandate has been lifted immediately.
When procedures lead to more rejected ballots and fewer voters, what else is there to call it?
Two stories about our culture’s focus on punishment
The highest court in the land issued a split decision on President Biden’s COVID policy.