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Biden’s Trojan Horse


May 5, 2021


Biden promised normalcy, but he is trying to restructure nearly every aspect of American society and the economy as part of the progressives’ moral crusade. Biden’s third run for the White House was successful because of who he is not. He won the primary by not being Bernie Sanders and the general by not being […]

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Fundamentalist Liberals Are Making COVID Worse


May 3, 2021


As increasingly secular liberals find more and more meaning in politics, they are becoming increasingly fundamentalist. Liberals are adopting the same rigid approach they decry in others, refusing to compromise, consider alternative viewpoints, or even view their beliefs as falsifiable. Importing this religious fervor into policy debates renders liberals incapable of considering proportionality, cost-benefit analyses, […]

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This isn’t your parents’ Democratic Party


April 18, 2021


Joe Biden projects a calm, moderate demeanor. He is aided by a lifetime spent in Washington, an acquiescent media, and the marked contrast with Donald Trump’s volatility. While Trump’s outsize personality attracted constant media attention and caused his critics and admirers to overestimate the significance of his policies, Biden’s aides have adopted an intentionally understated […]

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Covid Provides a Rare Chance to Transform Public Education


April 10, 2021


In post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana built a system that serves the needs of students, not adults. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought into focus a stark choice: Will we respond to the enormous disruption of schools by rethinking education, or will we double down on an outdated industrial-age system created to prepare kids for the last […]

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A post-COVID reinvention of higher education


March 31, 2021


It is no secret our postsecondary institutions have floundered during the pandemic. In October of 2020, researchers confirmed that disruptions caused by the pandemic have impacted college access, with more than 40 percent of U.S. households canceling all their plans for community college and more than 15 percent of households canceling plans for four-year schooling. […]

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Infrastructure investment will create jobs now and help rebuild the middle class for decades


March 12, 2021


The last year has been undeniably challenging for communities across the United States, leaving families and businesses reeling from an unprecedented one-two punch of health and economic hardships. Add to that the recent widespread power and drinking water failures that affected millions of people in the midst of extreme winter weather, and it is clear […]