Mar 24, 2023
I recall imagining, back in 2020, that when COVID-19 was finally in the rearview mirror, we would witness a global party of epic proportions. ... not only are we not kicking up our heels, but we are immersed in various forms of psychological misery.
Mar 17, 2023
For someone so supposedly dedicated to empiricism, Prof. Amy Wax shows little rigor herself on matters of ethnicity, race and culture.
Mar 10, 2023
Biden cannot dump Harris, but she could withdraw. People rarely put the good of the country before their own ambitions, but it really does seem that if Harris were to step aside in favor of a more acceptable alternative for vice president in 2024, she would be a heroine.
Feb 24, 2023
It's a bit ironic to notice Carter's physical and spiritual strength now because during his term in office and for a long time thereafter, he was plagued by the image of weakness. Some of that was his fault, and some of it was not.
Feb 17, 2023
Intact families do matter though, for adult welfare yes, but even more for the children they nurture.
Feb 10, 2023
Salty language is so common now that its absence is often more notable than its presence. There is research supporting the supposition that when police use profanity, they are more likely to be perceived as "lacking self-control."