January/ February 2015
Table of Contents
A nation of Maytag repairmen ... Is that a shrimp in your pocket? ... Obama’s eighteen-and-a-half-month gap
Reimagining the game for the twenty-first century.
More than a century ago, the very idea of paying coaches was up for debate. The arguments against it looked very similar to the arguments today against paying players.
What we can learn from the management mistakes of Obama and Bush.
Citizens United was a bad decision; but the cry of “Corporations are not people!” isn’t helping fix the problem—in fact, it’s making it worse.
How Congress’s dysfunction has degraded its own in-house think tank.
The Arctic ice cap is melting, cutting the polar bears’ food supply and forcing them into areas where people live and camp. And to a hungry polar bear, a human being is just meat.
While other conservatives say that the American state has become too powerful, Francis Fukuyama argues that it has grown too weak.
Conservatives have made the Supreme Court radical. But not radical enough for libertarians.
Jurists have narrowed the definition of what constitutes political corruption.
Yes, terrorists conspire with criminal networks and corrupt officials. But that doesn’t mean cracking down on crime and corruption will stop terrorism.
Three of our finest flag officers attempt to offer unifying visions for the United States, but run aground on the same political polarization that flummoxes everything else.
How Washington bought into the anti-saturated-fat agenda.
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