The Avenger Without a MaskA controversial Rand Paul aide has shown that he has the Pauls’ knack for the comeback.
Mississippi’s Willful NeglectIt and some other red states can’t be trusted to take care of the poor.
It’s Time for Legalized ProstitutionThere’s no way to end demand for sex work. So why are Sweden and Canada trying?
Ready for AnythingDavid Brock’s super PAC network is fending off every attack on Hillary Clinton. The book tour is barely the end of Round 1.
The Case for Marijuana ReparationsThe war on weed was foolish and costly. If we can admit that, then we should also be able to admit that it’s time to make amends to those who were most harmed by those laws.
Inside the Anti-Obamacare CarnivalLibertarian foes of the health care law are celebrating big victories—and have more Champagne to pop.
A Budget Cut by Any Other NamePaul Ryan is promising his sweeping poverty reforms won’t mean less money for the poor. History says otherwise.
Paul Ryan’s Anti-Poverty Plan Is PaternalisticIt’s also a thoughtful, compassionate blueprint for a better social safety net.
The Crisis in Black HomeownershipHow the recession turned owners into renters and obliterated black American wealth.
National Review’s Dishonest HistoryJohn Fund thinks blacks have been fooled into supporting Democrats. That’s even more insulting than his misleading history of Jim Crow laws.
“Solidarity With Israel”A Birthright trip convinced an American with shaky Hebrew that he was ready to die for another country.
Inside the Most Insanely Pro-Israel Meeting You Could Ever AttendThe Christians United for Israel want nothing less than total victory.
Broken Windows Policing Kills PeopleSenseless deaths are a predictable result of cracking down on minor offenses.
Enemy of the GoodPrivacy advocates aren’t happy with an NSA reform bill that only gets part of the job done.
The GOP’s Latino DilemmaThe Republican Party knows how to win over Latino voters. They just aren’t willing to do it.
Heat or EatHouse Republicans looking to slash food stamps are determined to close a loophole that doesn’t exist.
The Idea MenThe Republican Party’s presidential hopefuls are full of ideas. But will any of these policy innovations survive, let alone save, the GOP?
“Skip the Commentary, Find the Reporting”How Will Saletan kept up with this week’s news from Israel and Gaza.
The Man the Chamber of Commerce Can’t BeatRep. Justin Amash was supposed to be an easy target for GOP centrists. He is on his way to an easy victory.
Giving Them the BusinessIs it wise for Republicans to attack Democrats for their wealth and business experience?
The Terrorist Logic in Support of IsraelThis New York University scholar believes Palestinian civilians are legitimate targets because Gazans voted for Hamas.