In this worldview, redemption for the founding seems impossible.
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"Mandating the use of The 1619 Project in K-12 curricula is at best premature until these issues are resolved."
Biden tells the New York Times he would revoke Section 230 protections and hold Facebook (and other sites) liable for their content.
Last week, The New York Times Editorial Board dismissed those concerns and called for a $15 national wage standard.
The New York Times Wonders Aloud If Tulsi Gabbard's Anti-War, Anti-Establishment Message Makes Her a Stooge for Nazis and Russian Bots
The article ignores Gabbard's arguments for a less interventionist foreign policy, preferring to speculate about foreigners and fascists.
But they might be mad at mom for writing about them in The New York Times.
The 2018 Uniform Crime Report contained bad news for pessimists but good news for everybody else.
The New York Times columnist emailed a professor to complain about a mean tweet—and cc'ed the provost.
The Founders Were Flawed. The Nation Is Imperfect. The Constitution Is Still a 'Glorious Liberty Document.'
As part of its ambitious “1619” inquiry into the legacy of slavery, The New York Times revives false 19th century revisionist history about the American founding.
The former vice presidential candidate's revived defamation suit against The New York Times highlights the hazards of us-versus-them thinking.
Plus: 8chan called before Congress, data privacy bill hits a snag, and more...
Mainstream media is starting to embrace the idea of deregulating housing construction. Will policymakers?
New research shows that income surveys erroneously categorized some households as extremely poor actually had "net worth in the millions" of dollars.
First Amendment limitations on libel and other torts are complicated
If Times editors don't want to learn about their genetics, then they simply shouldn't take the tests.
Shutdown teaches us that much of government is NOT essential.
Jim Rutenberg's indictment of "the Incitement Industry" charges right-wing provocateurs with complicity in violence.
The New York Times continues to push the myth that there is something uniquely deadly about the guns Dianne Feinstein wants to ban.
The op-ed's claims are harsh, but they're also true.
Trump thinks that by publishing the piece, the Times is "virtually" guilty of "treason."
Rand Paul betrays his civil libertarian principles when he calls for using junk science to ferret out disloyalty.
The president may well be unprincipled, ignorant, and awful, but he was elected fair and square.
Anonymous White House Official Says Trump Doesn't Care About 'Free Minds, Free Markets' or 'Free People'
The anonymous author says there's a "quiet resistance within the administration."
She's pro-Israel, #NeverTrumper who has chronicled (and criticized) the "intellectual Dark Web." Prefabricated ideological boxes need not apply.
The media empire's flagship paper has seen subscription rates boom with Trump in office. But can the good times last?
The leading figures of the "Intellectual Dark Web" are incredibly popular. So why do they still feel so aggrieved?
America's paper of record demands an end to transit innovation.
The vagaries of insider trading laws, as explained by a feel-good story of a secretary who amassed a fortune by copying her bosses.
The FDA debunks his fears.
Policies favored by both experts and the public would not have prevented the Florida shooting.
Why should we have to rely on Dem and GOP spin? Americans have every right to know what happened.
If everything problematic is evil, silencing and punishing everything problematic becomes a social necessity.
The Grey Lady is kind of digging Reason lately. Donate to help us bring more free minds and free markets to the opinion pages.
Centrally planning the climate will work about as well as centrally planning economies did.
The impeachment cries will grow louder. The White House denies allegations.
The Times news columns have been openly campaigning against Trump's tax cuts from the moment they were rolled out.
It's a historic moment for the journalism industry, according to Dean Baquet.
Due process protections preserved for those getting Social Security benefits.
Democrats used it to pass parts of ObamaCare in 2010 without being denounced.