There’s a lot of good economic news out there that the media underreports. The Biden administration and congressional Democrats need to brag more often and louder.
A New Vision for a Just Financial System
Out of the ashes of Silicon Valley Bank should come a stable banking system that truly serves the public.
Environmental Racism is Real. Ask Chicago.
Like many cities, it’s coping with brownfields, pollution, and minority neighborhoods with ill-health conditions. Here’s how legal action and physical relocation can provide some relief.
Republicans Want to Impeach Mayorkas. How About Giving Him a Medal?
The Homeland Security secretary and Cuban refugee is being pilloried by the right and some on the left for his immigration policies, but the Biden administration is succeeding in slowing the influx of refugees and ending the cruelty of the Trump era.
The Lessons of Watching Donald Trump With the Sound Off
A Shakespearean scholar’s insightful take on watching the former president’s CNN town hall on mute. What comes through loudly is his insecurity, body contortions, and fear.
The Next Regulatory Disaster? The Supreme Court Takes Up the “Chevron Doctrine.”
For almost 40 years, it’s been a key test for judges weighing federal regulations. Will the Court’s conservative supermajority show modesty?
After That Awful CNN Trump Town Hall, Liberals Gloat at Their Peril
CNN gave the former president a MAGA gladiator ring where he could grunt, dominate, and lie. The circus showed he’s learned more since 2020 than the mainstream media has.
Will Vladimir Putin Stand Trial for His Pillage of Ukraine?
As a spring offensive by the Ukrainian military looms, Zelensky visits the Hague and presses for the Russian leader, who already faces an arrest warrant, to be brought to trial—and justice.
Biden is Finally Negotiating on the Debt Ceiling and the Budget. Good.
The president is in a much stronger negotiating position than Barack Obama was in 2011 or than many gloomy Democrats believe.
If I Were Trump’s Lawyers After Losing the Assault and Defamation Case, I’d Be Very Concerned
The former president was found liable, and it’s his third legal defeat as he awaits the wrath of prosecutors from D.C. to Florida. Legal scholar Jennifer Taub discusses Trump’s road from here.