Republican politics isn’t just killing people, it’s killing its own voters.
Our commitment to a hyper-individual vision of liberty is leaving us with fewer, lousier choices than people elsewhere enjoy.
Beneath the inevitable outrage lies a curiosity. Why?
For many influential Southerners, the spread of COVID is less worrying than the spread of democracy.
By any reasonable estimate we will be a smaller country on Inauguration Day 2021 than we were on Election Day 2020.
Why didn’t Trump capitalize on the Reichstag fire moment offered by the pandemic to enact his nativist agenda?
This is an update to an October 13 post on the status of vaccine production.
Across 2021, we will only make significant progress against the pandemic by also doing the things we needed to do in 2020.
How many of these families, who already paid the ultimate price for their patriotism, will pay with yet another loss?
Until we have a competent federal response to this pandemic, our efforts to get kids back in school are just pissing in the wind.