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Adult Supervision

Five Things You Need to Read Today Here is your latest update, for subscribers only, recommending five stories that are worth catching. 1. What Democratic Party Rule Looks Like I recently directed your attention to an article arguing for California as a model of one-party rule, which is to say Democratic Party rule. Among the […]

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Five Things You Need to Read Today

Here’s your weekly update, for subscribers only, drawing your attention to five stories that are worth catching. Today, the main theme is the struggle we’re having these days between reason and dogma. 1. Donald Trump, Libertarian? Donald Trump ran for president as an economic nationalist. But has he governed as a libertarian? That’s the upshot […]

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Football Is Doomed

Super Bowl Sunday seems the appropriate day to bring you the cheerful news that football is doomed. The sport is dying and cannot be saved, at least not in America, which is its traditional home. The cause of death is science. Simply put, football is a sport in which the audience entertains itself by watching […]

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Worst. Resistance. Ever.

Jeff Sessions went to speak at Georgetown University yesterday, and students and faculty showed their “Resistance” to Donald Trump by bending down on one knee at Sessions’ arrival. No, really, you can’t make this up. Georgetown Law faculty arrives to take a knee in protest of Sessions’ appearance on campus. pic.twitter.com/aOEaUgAQAJ — Will Racke (@hwillracke) […]

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#TakeTheKnee Is the Dead End of “Resistance” Culture

At a rally on Friday, President Trump said that the NFL should fire any players who copy Colin Kaepernick by going down on one knee when our national anthem is played. So this Sunday, dozens of NFL players dutifully responded by going down on one knee to show their “resistance” to Trump. That’s where we […]

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