To make sense of the "nationalism" debate, it helps to know what the term means.
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Thinking of exercise and athletics in terms of a left-right divide reflects the unfortunate tendency to absorb everything into politics.
Hundreds of judicial positions sit vacant while a rudderless government dithers about what to do.
The consumer welfare standard for antitrust regulation is under assault, leaving a situation where "the Government always wins."
We should not settle for the nominal freedom of a relentlessly micromanaged society.
Not only does a politicized religion fail to carry with it the virtues of the genuine article, it actively encourages the opposite vices.
In West Virginia v. US Department of the Treasury, the Eleventh Circuit ruled against the American Rescue Plan Act in favor of state sovereignty.
The kind of feminism championed by Sheryl Sandberg doesn't particularly value the choices women make for themselves when they are genuinely empowered.
The venture capitalists, crypto promoters, and billionaires who funded Silicon Valley Bank clearly knew the risks.
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America's history of appreciating the military is worth keeping, but the country doesn't need the military in politics.
Spielberg's The Fabelmans is a confrontation between 1950s and 1960s America.
With employment demands, assessment requirements, and skill training gone taken over by AI, what will be left for the university to do?
Progressives will never understand violent incidents until they look to human nature itself.
Faith in America’s founding principles, and the integrity of American efforts to promote human rights, has been undermined.
Whether legal outcomes conform to what scientists desire should not matter—the Supreme Court’s job is to get the law right.