This week on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, and Michael discuss the Trump legal team’s collapse, the Trump administration’s legacy, and much more.
A new study concludes that child-care subsidies and parental-leave policies in Austria have failed to reduce the gender gap in pay or increase birthrates.
Universal mandates are not justified empirically or worth the adverse political ramifications they cause.
My Bloomberg Opinion column yesterday concerned legislation to take back some of the powers Congress has imprudently granted to the president.
“The American people know how to protect their health. We’ve dealt with Covid for many months,” she said.
When will federal, state, and local governments start enjoying the benefits of greater public trust? After they start earning that trust again.
At a time of ultra-partisanship, senators seem to genuinely enjoy each other’s company. What’s wrong with them?
According to him, the main malady afflicting political language is euphemism.
A review of The Unelected: How an Unaccountable Elite Is Governing America, by James R. Copland.