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How the EU Blew It

The European Union is one of the greatest political accomplishments of our time. Too bad its supporters don’t say so.

Are “Leave” Leaders Having Regrets? The U.K. Could Still Abort the Brexit.

Popular Support for Liberal Democracy Can No Longer Be Taken for Granted

Brexit Was Born in a Crappy Chicago O’Hare Pizzeria. But Which One?

Why Do We Shame Women Who Enjoy Erotica?


Why Brexit Doesn’t Mean Trump Will Win

The U.S. has a firewall for liberalism that the U.K. didn’t: people of color.


Independence Day: Resurgence

This bad disaster movie nonetheless feels perfect for our times.

Why Brexit Doesn’t Mean Trump Will Win

Independence Day: Resurgence Is the Perfect Disaster Movie for Our Stupid Times

Don’t Root for a Xenophobic Team in Euro 2016. Here’s How to Pick a Favorite You Can Feel Good About.

The Posthumous Praise for Antonin Scalia Is Absurd

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