Yesterday, we discussed Harvard overriding a decision to admit Michelle Jones to the History Ph.D program, based at lest in part of the well-known sacred moral principle What Would Tucker Carlson Say?
Grant Hart, the drummer and singer-songwriter for the great 80s band Hüsker Dü, passed away yesterday. Dave McKenna’s story of staying a day with him in Minneapolis is pretty amazing: And more
Dylan Matthews has a good piece about why single-payer failed badly in Colorado, and what lessons are and aren’t relevant at the federal level: In some ways, the federal situation is more promis
Above: Conveniently, also my expression when I read this article Michelle Jones committed a horrible crime as a teenager (killing the child that she gave birth to, the result of a rape, at age 14).
The Supreme Court just acted on voting rights. You’ll never be able to guess what happened, or what the voting configuration was: In two orders, with all of the conservative Republican-appointed
Is, of course, imaginary: Presidencies sometimes have turning points. Perhaps the starkest one was 16 years ago Monday, when the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, transformed the presidency of Geo
As Zeynep Tufekci observes, it’s pretty simple: it’s more cost-effective for corporations to lobby the government to invest in security: I don’t know about you, but I’ve lost count of
It has long been blindingly obvious that Colin Kaepernick doesn’t have a job for political reasons. But Week 1 really drew a line under it: But after Sunday’s NFL action, if you claim that