Immigration presents an opportunity for conservatives at the ballot box.
“Why bother lifting weights?” is a hot take certain to enjoy an eternal recurrence.
Germs, like terrorists, exist but can be a cheap excuse for tyranny.
Remembering Julian Lapides, a remarkable Baltimore politician.
Assessing the pandemic’s effects on all aspects of life in America can’t begin until the event itself is over.
A revolt of the masses has begun. How will world's masters react?
The Department of Education has indicated, in writing, that it wants CRT taught in schools.
Mixed emotions remembering a breezy night along the Charles River in 2003.
Studies show that experts (pundits) are full of shit.
Remote work isn’t for everyone, but it could be the right solution for more people than before the coronavirus pandemic.
Not even professional defenders of markets put up much of a fight.
Mourning the loss of a man who was far from evil, and more importantly, very good to me.
They're setting Americans for indefinite masking, but they rarely give supporting data for their claims.
Whitebread opinion journalists who always attribute their own views to the authorities.
Bezos makes “Whitey on the Moon” trend again.
The fight to define rebel crowds, from Cuba to Hong Kong.
Idiotic hyperbole, used to justify raw censorship.
Everything you think you know about Backpage and the upcoming, Aug. 23 trial of its former owners is wrong—the government just told you so.
We must act locally, not globally, so our fellow citizens may rethink the price of globalism.
Maybe civilization could use a good rest instead of a great reset.
Clarifying the situation in Western Hispaniola for you, the reader.
The author and professor talks about The New York Times' project through the lens of anti-essentialism.
From a 1995 phone interview on C-SPAN.
Broadcast on September 3, 1968, with guests Lewis Yablonsky, Ed Sanders, Jack Kerouac.
Interviewed just two days after the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Katie Halper talks about Gravel's legacy with two of the most important people in his life.
The late McAfee talks to Larry King in 2015 about running for President.
Ross Barkan, Ava Farkas, Sam Alcoff, and Katie Halper discuss and debate the mayoral race in New York City.
The always interesting and frequently discursive writer on her book Glittering Images: A Journey Through Art from Egypt to Star Wars, among other things.
A panel show and discussion on the recent shift in public opinion on the conflict between Israel and Palestine.