Teachers and school districts should not be pressured into making curricular decisions based on the fear that they might inspire the wrong feelings in students.
Author: Ramesh Ponnuru
Democrats Obscure Their Stand on Voter ID, with Help from the Press
Media coverage does not mention that the supposedly moderate bill would wipe out state voting laws that have strong support from the public.
The Democrats’ Choice on Children
Democrats want monthly checks for parents, subsidies for child care, and paid family leave all to be in their giant spending bill. Manchin says they can only have one of the three.
Teaching History in Texas
If Michael Gerson is reading the law correctly, then his indictment holds up. But I don’t think he is reading it correctly.
Republicans Are Winning the Fight over Voting Laws
‘Republicans themselves don’t all realize it, but they’re winning the political debate over voting laws.’
Re: Sanders’s Medicare Ultimatum
Sanders probably wants to add dental benefits to Medicare to take away a selling point of Medicare Advantage plans.
Coups and Cries
Responding to my assessment of Trump’s post-election efforts, my critics keep offering a characterization of my views that they can’t substantiate with a single direct quote.
Democrats in Too Much Array
There are two submerged themes in a longish but well-worth-reading Ezra Klein article.
Biden Keeps Trump’s China Tariffs
Although his trade representative explains that they have failed to achieve any of their objectives.
The false claim that Trump nearly succeeded in a coup is being used to justify sweeping legislative changes to our political system.