I don’t think this is going to be an isolated choice: One of the wealthiest and most influential Republican donors in the country is throwing his support to Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, a dec
I was driving through northwestern Connecticut yesterday. It was utterly lovely, with the leaves changing. An ideal bucolic American landscape. Among the nice places I drove through was the town of Sh
Joseph Stiglitz has enormous concerns over the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Primary among them is the Investor-State Dispute Settlement courts that can allow polluters to sue nations for instituting new
Florida Coastal’s dean has sent a letter to the New York Times, claiming that last Sunday’s editorial regarding the general scamminess of for-profit law schools in particular, and bad law
Above: Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) If the Republican war on science is going to have its lead inquisitor, it will be Lamar Smith. And indeed, the House Science Committee is far worse than the Benghazi Com
In honor of an intriguingly rare defender of African-Americans, I have revised the first few paragraphs of this TPM article to make it post-racial: African-American Dr. Ben Carson’s black busine
Law schools just made some new enemies. This week, lawmakers from both parties sharply criticized U.S. law schools for leaving students with overwhelming debt and degrees that may not get them jobs. .
Goldberg was ejecting words on the Internet again, I couldn’t not respond. Share