At The Economist, Jerry Brito has, at the time I’m writing this post, managed to persuade approximately 100% of those taking part in an informal online survey that “a more hyperconnected world is more rather than less secure.”
The White House is proposing what would amount to a second estate tax. The one we already have is bad enough.
American men have fewer friends than in decades past. We should dedicate time to fostering friendships. They provide an immediate and enduring reward.
As we experience the pandemic’s toll on the world, we can speculate about its implications for the Chinese regime.
Democrats are treating the infrastructure and reconciliation bills as linked, and so should Republicans and everybody else.
Senator Tom Cotton’s report on the service branch gets a lot right about the upper ranks, but the enlisted side remains in dire need of attention.
College Republican chapters all over the country claim they are being disenfranchised by a president seeking to consolidate power.
The directive authorizes the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to stop any vehicle suspected of carrying migrants that may be infected with the virus.
He has been taken up on his offer at least twice.
Parents in a Connecticut school district are revolting against racialized school curricula.
There is little evidence that reinstating mask mandates will spur reluctant Americans to go get vaccinated.
The whole point of the vaccines is that they work. Lots of people on both sides are pushing back.
The union’s statement came after renewed tensions between Israel and the terrorist group Hamas earlier this year.