An individual should never be forced to be a spokesperson for their gender, sexuality, or race.
Trump, Markle, and Virginia show the way.
A considered look at the campaign proposals of Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders make it clear they are the ones to beat.
Elizabeth Warren and CNN thought they had the most fire collab of the year. It backfired.
It’s a laugh every day at The New York Times as the walls (but not paywalls) come crashing down.
Nominating her against Trump would be suicide for a number of reasons, but mostly for very unfortunate sexist realities.
And journalism distracts from Epstein.
YouTuber Natalie Wynn—a.k.a. ContraPoints—can't catch a break after criticizing "cancel culture" last week.
I was a libertarian for a brief period in my 20s, and now at 36 I want to eat the rich.
How I nearly became a "non-person."
Plus, bad news for the Sephardim.
A column about Jewish intelligence spreads antisemitic propaganda.
The author offers an Orwellian approach to handling the Deplorables.
Everyone became a Middle East expert instantly.
And other tidbits from last night's debate.
Individuals die, institutions morph.
Having class will get you nowhere as a president.
Even if the system worked, it wouldn’t be a good one.
He's still mad at David Foster Wallace.
The American military is deployed against American interests all over the world.
It's a movement that defeats itself.
A full talk and Q&A at Yale University from February 25, 1997.
Dick Cavett and guests react and respond to RFK's assassination and discuss America's violent reputation and the Vietnam War.
The two comedians talk about Iran, from extrajudicial assassinations, to the Islamic Revolution in 1979, and much more.
On a segment called "Socialism in New England."
A panel featuring Matt Karp, Krystal Ball, and Michael Brooks.
The refreshingly honest candidate on the Rolling Stone podcast.
Nearly eight hours of living history and confused euphoria.
More candidates should follow Gabbard, Yang, and Sanders' lead and go on massively popular podcasts like this.
Drop out, Pete.