How the U.S. Supreme Court could doom workplace diversity initiatives | Opinion
Cases heard last fall, and expected to be decided soon, could topple race-baed considerations.
Democracy checks power; that’s why it’s in danger | Opinion
Democracy’s value to the people isn’t just a vote, it’s a stake in the ever-changing human power dynamic.
Here’s how we can deploy literacy as an anti-violence strategy | Opinion
This type of reading transformation will have lifelong impacts, making our schools and communities safer for decades to come.
No more empty seats at our holiday tables | Opinion
Overdoses took over 108,000 lives this year. Congress can save lives if it acts quickly.
A nurse writes to hospital executives: ‘All I’ve ever wanted to be was a nurse’
I want to make everyone aware that nurses are suffering, and health care is on the brink of collapse.
Are judges ideological partisans, or impartial umpires? The answer matters | Opinion
Chief Justice John Roberts says the latter. But his already shaky analogy is even less credible now.
The Republican advantage: It’s easier to be against things than for them | Opinion
The against emphasis holds even when it is Republicans who most seek change.
Supreme Court’s EPA ruling: Crippling, but not yet decapitating | Opinion
With the high court’s new doctrine, expect to see businesses challenge a plethora of regulations.
Do to guns what we did to cigarettes — make them culturally repellent | Opinion
We can say with clarity that too many guns leads to shootings just like too many cigarettes leads to lung cancer.
What do about the emerging paramilitary wing of the GOP | J. Patrick Coolican
We can’t laugh off all the menacing rhetoric, or the politicians playing gun cosplay, or the failed coup.
Democrats need to become anti-monopolists again | Opinion
We cannot address our economic, societal dysfunction without fighting back at the corporate overlords who have hijacked our democracy.
Want to win the culture war? Choose your words wisely | Opinion
Democrats have every opportunity to occupy the high ground -- especially if the message is disciplined.