Editorial: The AHCA Passes the House
A Tale of Two Red Lines
The editors respond to the American Health Care Act's passing the House of Representatives.
Syria and the Importance of Stable US Action
Both President Trump and President Obama have used red lines—either fake or hidden—to damage American credibility around the world.
Trump Shows Contempt For American Institutions
American foreign policy has been a bulwark for decades, but the Trump administration's reversal on Syria sends signals of dangerously instability.
The American Health Care Act Must Be Rewritten
President Donald Trump campaigned on the promise to dismantle American institutions. His work has only begun.
The Injustice of America's New Prosecutor
The AHCA in its current form will force millions to lose health insurance and raise the cost of insurance. Republicans have a moral imperative to rewrite it.
Reagan’s Gift to Congressional Democrats
Jeff Sessions' long and controversial career suggests he may not protect the rights of women and minorities while serving as Attorney General.
On Betsy DeVos
The way forward to bipartisan immigration reform can be found in a 1986 law signed by Ronald Reagan.
The Left Needs to Take Ideology Seriously
Betsy DeVos is now in charge of federal education policy. However, her knowledge and concern for details seem sorely absent.
Ideas & Provocations
Even as their fiercest opponents gain power, many on the political left continue to deny the importance of bad ideology.
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