August 30, 2015
A small band of determined academics have set out to persuade the Supreme Court to undo the New Deal—and have almost won.
Was the Supreme Court using its powers properly? Did its decisions reflect any real Constitutional principles?
August 28, 2015
The fact that Donald Trump is pulling any Evangelicals says a lot about the state of the Republican Party.
The Flooding of America
Hurricane Katrina was not the first time a lack of foresight has caused flooding to disproportionately affect low-resource communities in the United States.
They are now openly contemplating the possibility that Donald Trump could win.
Efforts to push gun control in Congress have failed, but smaller reforms are taking hold in the states.
The Weekly Standard editor has gone from being Trump-curious, to anti-Trump, to, in his own words, “anti-anti-Trump.”
Plus: UPS for breastmilk, and new post-baby perks for management consultants.
Doing so undermines the cause of racial equality in general and the pursuit of equitable treatment in the criminal justice system in particular.
August 27, 2015
The Griot of New Orleans
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, jazz musician Terence Blanchard tells the story of his hometown.