Political operative Nathaniel Stinnett’s brilliantly simple plan to turn out environmental voters.
Asian Americans are the Democrats’ fastest-growing constituency, but the party has failed to mobilize them. That’s a major missed opportunity.
We could largely solve the cost crisis simply by making Medicare prices universal.
Patient activists were once at the forefront of lowering the cost of life-saving medication. To solve today’s prescription drug crisis, they’ll have to find their voice again.
The government must force platforms like Facebook and Google to obey the terms of new, digital licenses—or get kicked out of the U.S. market.
Want to stop the gentrification of old urban neighborhoods? Build new ones.
Progressives need to target the large pool of citizens who are registered but don’t bother to vote.
The president’s “wilderness tour” showed that even the greatest politicians can only bring the country forward when the public is willing to be led.
George Mason economist Alex Tabarrok set out to prove that federal regulations are strangling the economy. That’s not what he found.
They dislike Trump because of who he is, not what he has done.
A libertarian economist calls for ending public education as we know it. It’s a radical proposal—and deeply wrong.
The profession confronts a grim question: Are we witnessing the end of the world’s oldest democracy?
Industrialized health care has suppressed the human interaction that forms the ineffable “art” of medicine—while failing to achieve true efficiency.
How a model of democratization became patient zero for the global rise of authoritarianism.
The slaveholding oligarchy was defeated in the Civil War. But concentrations of wealth and power continue to threaten our democracy.
With authoritarianism on the rise at home and abroad, now is no time to give up on the American experiment.