Society figured out how to manage the waste produced by the Industrial Revolution. We must do the same thing with the Internet today.
A century ago, reformers gave the Federal Trade Commission extraordinary powers to take on abusive corporations. It’s time to wake the agency up.
From food stamps to Medicare, Johnson’s Great Society offers a model for how to create enduring federal initiatives by pulling together broad, diverse coalitions.
If affluent liberals want to avoid a permanent GOP dictatorship, they need to reform a system that benefits them but screws everybody else.
American entrepreneurs are close to perfecting cell-cultured meat. But thanks to the conservative war on the regulatory process, you may never get to eat it.
Executing these ideas may require the White House and Senate, but the House majority can begin developing and publicizing them right now.
Louis Brandeis, the legendary jurist, warned of the spiritual and political costs of economic concentration. Today, that’s more relevant than ever.
The pro-choice/pro-life framework overlooks the many hidden ways in which the law impacts women’s reproductive freedom.
As the marijuana movement races ahead, are we ignoring the drug’s real risks?
Partisan judging is a team sport. A lot of it takes place off the court.