Timothy Noah is a weekly online columnist for the New Republic and a contributing editor of the Washington Monthly. He is the author of The Great Divergence: America’s Growing Inequality Crisis and What We Can Do About It.
Before he was a Supreme Court Justice, Lewis Powell was a Richmond, Virginia lawyer fearful that “revolutionaries” were destroying capitalism. His 1971 memo is a reminder of a time when Ralph Nader scared Big Business witless.
Holding the games in a different country every four years invites chaos, corruption, and redundant infrastructure.
The political war we expected between old and young is not the one we got.
Who speaks for the undeserving male meritocrat? A study finds he gets protected in finance but, cheer up, the day of the mediocre woman is coming.
Wherein our hero finally gets his first Covid shot by traveling deep into MAGA country.