Justice Ginsburg’s Death and the Future of the Supreme Court
The death of the 87 year old associate justice has already stimulated predictable but unenlightening reactions.
The Coming Social Credit System
American industry is preparing for future implementation of soft totalitarianism's key mechanism
When Ruth Bader Ginsburg Got the Fourth Amendment Right
The late justice was often in error. Yet one of her opinions involving warrants and civil liberties is worth celebrating.
A Previously Unpublished Edith Wharton Story Sees the Light of Day
The Times Literary Supplement runs “The Children’s Hour,” about a priest’s afternoon
By All Means, Let’s Attack Cuties Without Watching It
We need to restore the lines we once had as a society, and so-called artistic viewing shouldn't be a prerequisite.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies, Shaking 2020 Race
The stunning death of the pivotal, liberal icon comes as the presidential race reaches a chaotic culmination.
Back to the 90s: Learning From the First New Urbanists
These planned but traditional communities, now growing into their own, helped transform how Americans think about life in cities.
How to Deescalate America’s Dangerous Warmongering With Iran
Even by the usual standards, Trump's latest comments about the Iranians are distressing. Fortunately there's still hope for dialogue.
Trump’s Assad Assassination Comment Undermines His Campaign
A cavalier remark on assassinating the Syrian dictator stands in clear contradiction to Trump's campaign message critical of war.