A life of built-in social distancing looks better than ever.
An interview with the directors behind the breakout political documentary about a Texas camp for aspiring leaders
'Cancel Culture' at U.S. Colleges Not Getting Worse, Say Liberal Professors. Conservative Colleagues Disagree.
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Siri, what color is the kettle?
As federal guidelines suggested classifying more industries as "essential" so that they could reopen, Gov. Whitmer arbitrarily did the opposite.
The Extremely Online Are Less Informed About Political News, More Informed About Conspiracy Theories
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Is Giving to Biden or Trump Grounds for Getting Fired? New Poll Finds a Disturbing Number of People Who Think It Should Be
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An "oil spill" of politics has polluted American life, leaving little room for common ground.
Partisan Hypocrisy on Display in Supreme Court Ruling on Anti-Prostitution Pledge and the First Amendment
Can the government compel speech? For Supreme Court justices, that seems to depend on the content of that speech.
Real changes will require fewer laws and less violent enforcement.
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Top-down, one-size-fits-few mandates are recipes for conflict.
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No amount of money can buy victory for candidates who fail to persuade voters.
The Libertarian congressman and presidential hopeful says both Biden and Trump "are disqualified if they've engaged in some kind of assault, especially a sexual assault."
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Americans will survive the virus, but American political life is sicker than ever.
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Buttigieg doesn't realize that using the blunt force of government to forge national unity will forever disappoint.
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Austin, where America's third party is scheduled to have its national convention May 21-25, is in lockdown mode.
They have a long history of spying on dissident political groups, from early 20th century socialists and mid-century civil rights leaders to modern environmentalists and Black Lives Matter.
If you really want politicians to do something helpful, ask them to stop "leading" and to get out of the way.
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Instead of destroying the political gatekeepers, we've merely handed the keys to the populists.
Critics say the long-running satiric cartoon has created "a generation of boys" who are smug and disengaged.
Only Tulsi Gabbard Wants to Decriminalize Sex Work, but Other Dems Show Signs of Progress on the Issue
"If a consenting adult wants to engage in sex work, that is their right," Gabbard says.
The Senate majority leader announced he will acquit President Trump.
Schiff, in a broad final plea, seemed to zero in on moderate Republicans who might toe the party line.
Starr urges senators to follow King's example and uphold "freedom and justice."
When things were normal—whether you benchmark to the Republican version or the Democratic version—politicians were still venal and governance shoddy.
What do hotly contested high school class presidency elections—set 20 years apart—teach us about our attitudes toward politics?
Tyler Cowen is wrong to champion "State Capacity Libertarianism," but he's right that advocates of free minds and free markets need to up our game.
Trump is impeachable, but the process might exacerbate political tensions without resolving anything.
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