Two of America's favorite things are warring with each other.
A corporate presentation made public by WikiLeaks reveals exactly how the energy industry sees pesky climate activists: as a bunch of “radicals,” “realists,” “idealists, and “opportunists.” Also, as a real threat, judging from evidence that Canadian energy giant Suncor hired the consulting firm Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, to help it nip populist opposition to development Alberta, Canada’s vast oil reserves—which depends on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline—in the bud.
Even a majority of Republicans do!
Not the same as Joe Biden's
Enough with the Ron Burgundymania.
Is the Constitution an imperfect document that has led to some combination of inefficiency (as the left argues) and a lack of democratic accountability (as the right argues)? Is it the Constitution that has been largely responsible for the problems of Barack Obama's presidency?
(Slowly) entering the era of economically sustainable sustainability schemes
If you can believe all the hand-wringing and soul-searching these days among artists, art critics, and sundry other arts professionals, you’d imagine that nobody is really happy about the $142.4 million paid for a Francis Bacon triptych at Christie’s the other day—or the $58.4 million for a Jeff Koons at the same auction or the $104.5 million for a Warhol at Sotheby’s the following night.
An amazing trove of new pictures from the Stasi archives
Binge-viewing was just the beginning. Netflix has a plan to rewire the entire culture
Twenty-somethings are down on Obama. Time for the pundits to tell us what this means.
The would-be president travels to London, mouths platitudes, gets called "substantial."
The people the pols praise are having trouble making ends meet.
Everybody agrees that healthcare.gov is working much better than before. Everybody also agrees that it’s not working as well as it should. So what’s a fair way to evaluate its progress? One way is to compare its performance to commercial websites. Two smart writers on the right, Philip Klein and Megan McArdle, have made that case in the last few days. Here’s Klein:
Perhaps the thing that inhibits people from understanding Alan Rusbridger is that the editor of the Guardian, the English-speaking world’s foremost left-wing newspaper, is constantly forced to think like a capitalist. At a truly shameful interrogation before a U.K. Parliament committee yesterday—at one point, Rusbridger’s patriotism was questioned; at another, an M.P.
All of a sudden, this map has crazy lights in North Dakota.
Obamacare won't be clear until this is finally dismissed
Luckily, you can see it here.
What would a liberal arts education look like from the conservative network's biggest stars? We built the bookshelf.
The stats have an answer. The stats lie.
The 1938 conference between Chamberlain and Hitler is misunderstood. And the blowhards who constantly evoke its memory are dangerous.
Bloomberg News isn't the only one baffled by the country's capricious regulations.