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Why Our Society Suffers from ‘Mass Derangement’

In his nineteenth-century study of crowd behavior, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, the…
Shane Miller December 10, 2019

Jimmy Hoffa is at the Bottom of a Pit in New Jersey

Writer, author, and investigator Dan Moldea is a known quantity in Washington. Deep-voiced, broad-shouldered, opinionated, and…
Mark Perry December 10, 2019

5 Infuriating Takeaways from the ‘Afghanistan Papers’

After an extensive investigation and a three-year long Freedom of Information Act legal battle, The Washington Post…
Barbara Boland December 10, 2019

Defense Industry Gives More to Bernie Than Any 2020 Candidate

Despite his frequent votes against defense bills, Senator Bernie Sanders has collected more presidential campaign contributions…
Winslow T. Wheeler December 10, 2019

Houellebecq Hunts for Meaning in Rural France

French writer Michel Houellebecq’s new novel Serotonin would be funny if it wasn’t so sad. Released…
Paul Brian December 10, 2019

Taxpayers Cough Up For More F-35s the Pentagon Didn’t Ask For

At a tick below $62,000, U.S. median household income is high and rising steadily. Yet this…
Ross Marchand December 9, 2019