Magazine March 25, 2019, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

Call us old-fashioned, but we don’t believe in standing by and saying nothing when women get beaten by men, even in track and field.

While the House voted to disapprove of President Trump’s declaration of a border emergency, all but 13 Republicans stuck with the president. In part that’s because they’re loyal to Trump, in part because many of their voters are, and in part because they agree — as do we — that the government should spend money to augment physical barriers at the border. But the use of emergency declarations to get around partisan disagreements is a

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Readers write in about the career options a military background builds, as well as the trouble with building anything in California.
The Week

The Week

Call us old-fashioned, but we don’t believe in standing by and saying nothing when women get beaten by men, even in track and field.

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