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par Hannah E. Meyers le 16/05/2022 à 4:00
We need to get better at identifying and stopping mentally disturbed individuals before they perpetrate tragedies.
An Overt Political Litmus Test
par John D. Sailer le 16/05/2022 à 4:00
The California Community Colleges system proposes a diversity, equity, and inclusion system unique for its ideological aggressiveness.
Execute the Buffalo Shooter
par Charles Fain Lehman le 16/05/2022 à 4:00
The highest punishment sends a message to those deranged few who will admire his actions.
The Next Frontier for Section 230
par Mike Wacker le 16/05/2022 à 4:00
Congress amended protections for online platforms so that they would not apply to sex trafficking crimes—now it should do the same for child pornography.
Lawyers for Radical Change
par John O. McGinnis le 15/05/2022 à 4:00
The legal profession, once a guardian of republican government, is now a force for social upheaval.
Big Data Can Save Kids
par Naomi Schaefer Riley le 13/05/2022 à 4:00
A pioneering use of predictive analytics to identify at-risk children shows evidence of working—but draws allegations of racism.
par Jonathan Clarke le 13/05/2022 à 4:00
The British writer confronted totalitarianism with determination but also with wit and irony.
par Allison Schrager le 13/05/2022 à 4:00
Democrats look to resurrect a completely discredited economic policy.
The Boys Who Cried “Copaganda”
par Yael Bar Tur le 13/05/2022 à 4:00
Police engagement with social media is vital to building public trust—which is why anti-cop activists hate it.
Throwing Sand in the Works
par Eric Kober le 12/05/2022 à 4:00
New York City and State rent-control policy is sabotaging post-pandemic recovery.
Sizing Up America’s Prosecutors
par Thomas Hogan le 12/05/2022 à 4:00
10 Blocks podcast
par Catesby Leigh le 12/05/2022 à 4:00
Rodney Cook, Jr.’s Atlanta project seeks to reinvigorate American civic art.
A Tax-Reform Future for States?
par Joshua Hendrickson le 12/05/2022 à 4:00
Efforts in Mississippi and Wisconsin offer lessons for future reformers.
A Summer of Blackouts?
par Steven Malanga le 11/05/2022 à 4:00
Thanks to hasty closures of fossil-fuel and nuclear plants, coupled with shortfalls in renewable-energy production, Americans will face increasing power outages.
Build Back Never
par Michael Hendrix le 11/05/2022 à 4:00
Inflation is eroding Joe Biden’s ability to deliver on his main legislative achievement in office.
par Daniel J. Flynn le 11/05/2022 à 4:00
A new book examines Willmoore Kendall’s checkered personal life and intellectual contributions to postwar American conservatism.
Serious Writer, Delightful Friend
par Lance Morrow le 11/05/2022 à 4:00
Remembering John Leo
The French Realignment
par Samuel Sweeney le 10/05/2022 à 4:00
Understanding the political shift in France’s economically struggling regions
Nerve and Vision
par Tevi Troy le 10/05/2022 à 4:00
Remembering Midge Decter
A Cause, Not a Cure
par Leor Sapir le 10/05/2022 à 4:00
Though the New York Times touts its findings, a new study provides further evidence that “gender-affirming” therapy creates or prolongs the very problem it purports to solve.
par Christos A. Makridis le 10/05/2022 à 4:00
Our survey data suggest that more than half of the American workforce is working from home either all or part of the time.
Bring Back “Learnfare”
par Howard Husock le 09/05/2022 à 4:00
Rising school truancy could widen educational gaps, but a remedy is already in place.
The Five Worst Prosecutors in America
par Thomas Hogan le 09/05/2022 à 4:00
Inexperienced, contemptuous of the law, more concerned with criminal defendants than crime victims, and arrogant in the extreme: a wrecking crew for American cities.
Yes, Policing Is Getting More Dangerous
par Charles Fain Lehman le 09/05/2022 à 4:00
The recent surge in attacks on cops reflects a broader increase in violence.
Won’t Get Fooled Again
par John Tierney le 08/05/2022 à 4:00
After the pandemic, Americans should never let public-health authorities deprive them of their liberties.