Advocates of a federal push to cut U.S. emissions have claimed it would prod developing countries to do even more. Now comes the test.
The Politics of Climate Change Regulations Aren't Anything Like Obamacare
June 02, 2014
Anyone who buys into the assumption that the new EPA climate plan will "rival the battle over health care" is making a big, obvious error, and another smaller one.
They say it's a big deal in the fight against global warming—substantively and symbolically—even if there's a lot more to do.
But diners still eat al fresco.
There Are Two Kinds Of "Sports Journalism." Only One Of Them Is Really Journalism.
June 01, 2014
"Covering" sports means two different things.
Are you an "invisible"? If you're skilled, creative and don't care much about getting credit, the job market is hot for you.
Monday's announcement of new regulations on coal-fired power plants will be historic. But big questions remain.
McConnell's Obamacare Policy—Repeal It, Then Immediately Reinstate the Whole Damn Thing
May 30, 2014
As a general matter McConnell's Obamacare policy amounts to arguing that the law should be repealed, and then reinstated in full at the state level. But that's a total fantasy.