The Republican Party has only itself to blame for these indictments and any that follow.
Author: David A. Super, opinion contributor
Now is the time to guard against reckless banking legislation
The cycle of financial deregulation followed by financial calamities has a sickening familiarity to it.
Ending our ‘dither-and-deliver’ approach could speed end to Ukraine war
One would hope President Biden would learn from past mistakes and move to giving Ukrainians the weapons they need.
Assuming a Russian victory draws the wrong lessons from history
The best metaphor for the current conflict is 1904, when Russia provoked a futile war with Japan.
Helping Ukraine win quickly benefits everyone
If we continue to prevaricate about giving the Ukrainians what they need, the war will drag on at a huge cost.
Are we ready for when dictatorships implode over rising food prices?
Rapidly rising food prices historically have spurred numerous popular rebellions against otherwise stable despots.
Progressives need to stop making plans around ending the filibuster
Plenty more Democratic supporters of the filibuster hide behind Manchin and Sinema.
US must stop hesitating in its support for Ukraine
Valuable time, and lives, are lost if we try half-measures and then wait to assess the results.
We should support Ukraine, not pressure it to make concessions
Rewarding aggressors — and punishing those who resist them — creates not stability but more aggression.
Congress should continue renewable energy credits but also make them more efficient
Direct payment of tax credits would cut out the middle-people and apply 100 percent of the taxpayers’ dollars to building out renewable energy.