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Will Americans finally start fighting back against tax cuts for the rich?

by Stephanie Leiser

There are signs that non-rich Americans are growing less tolerant of tax cuts that mainly boost the wealthy’s bottom line.

Trump Is America’s First Lawless President

by Michael Tomasky

…and the Republican Party is following his lead as America’s republic breaks down.

Why We Shouldn’t Let the #MeToo Movement Change History

by David Greenberg

Some argue Bill Clinton should have resigned over the Lewinsky scandal. They’re getting it all wrong.

Blowing Up the Deficit Is Part of the Plan

by Julian E. Zelizer

Republicans are hoping to use the deficits created by their own tax cuts to slash the social safety net—but they may end up setting the stage for tax hikes instead.

Shame worked in Alabama

by Tom Nichols

It helps show us the way to change voters' minds.

Trump Security Strategy a Study in Contrasts

by Max Boot

The president’s first national security strategy eloquently sums up the U.S. role in the world and what should be done to defend it, but much of the document is at odds with what the president himself believes.

Trump National Security Speech: Is he the real threat to National Security?

by Juan Cole

Trump’s National Security Strategy document is about as confused and wrongheaded piece of writing you’d ever want to see.

The Treasures of Chaco Canyon Are Threatened by Drilling

by Richard Moe

Oil and gas drilling nearby could damage these fragile sites.

The Many Lives of "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion"

by Walter Laqueur

Born obscurely in turbulent times, the notorious text describing a Jewish conspiracy to enslave humanity lives on even today. Why?

Much Ado About Nothing (Re: JFK Conspiracy Theories)

by Max Holland

Almost two-thirds of Americans believe there was a wider conspiracy to kill Jack Kennedy. They're wrong.

Why Ajit Pai is wrong about net neutrality

by Michael J. Socolow

FCC regulations have long promoted innovation that benefits consumers, not stifled it.

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