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Political primaries define candidates in the most extreme ways, and that usually isn’t good for governing. But general elections, when they are competitive, can be moderating influences on … more
Two school board members in Virginia last week called for the burning — yes, burning — of books in the school’s library that they deem sexually offensive. This is, of course, the … more
In our dispiriting time of widespread, never-ending, and hyper-charged disinformation and conspiracy theorizing — which has driven millions of Americans to reject the life-saving COVID vaccine … more
A new study has reached an obvious conclusion: People who rely primarily on Fox News for their information are more likely to believe dangerous falsehoods about the pandemic. The corporate sponsors … more
In a newly released interview, former President Donald Trump was asked about the Jan. 6 Capitol rioters who threatened to kill Vice President Mike Pence. Did Trump respond as any responsible adult … more
The 12-month inflation rate through October reached 6.2%, its highest level since the George H.W. Bush administration in the early 1990s. Bush was the president whose failure to recognize the … more
On issues as varied as voting access, abortion rights and vaccine mandates, the Biden administration is messing with Texas in a big way. And it should. How these multiple legal showdowns play out … more
Thoughtful news consumers might have read last week’s announcement of an audit of the 2020 election results in four Texas counties and pondered its purpose. Why would former President Donald … more
The federal bankruptcy system is morally bankrupt. The system has been abused by corporations and rich people to the point that it no longer upholds the mission it was designed for: providing a … more
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