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The Right gets ’em while they’re young.
On trying to see history from the perspective of a participant.
Her rulings reveal a judge who serves the interests of Trump, telemarketers, debt collectors, bureaucrats, and cops.
In politics it’s not enough to win the argument or have justice on your side. You have to actually take and hold power.
Katie Jane Fernelius on the meme of magic, the sincerity of its deceit, and what we’re too eager to believe.
The capitalist idea of “efficiency” leaves us vulnerable to emergencies.
If justices admit they’re political, their role in government becomes much harder to defend. No wonder Ginsburg clung to her seat.
Toy companies have perfected the art of making something for children, without the children in mind at all. Incidentally, so have democrats.
Mythology gives us many rich examples of misfortune and punishment that we would do well to recall and, in some cases, revive.
A new book argues that socialism is necessary because innate differences in intelligence expose meritocracy as a sham. Socialism is indeed good, but this particular argument fails utterly.
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