Take the debates away from the journalists.
When I get that feelin', I need Supreme Court amicus briefs.
The Democratic leadership has offered cuts to vital entitlement programs before budget negotiations have even begun, and at a time when American's need them most.
Is the country ready for a new (and cheaper) way of doing national security?
The Senate has voted to defund research for political science. The implications for other sciences are scary.
What the resemblence between the president and the History Channel's Prince of Darkness says about today's GOP.
Allowing more people to live and work in the United States would go a long way toward fixing our fiscal problems.
As this week's New York magazine cover story shows, trend pieces heralding the return of "retro values" have become a tired cliché.
This is the perfect time to do it.
As gay marriage gets its day at the Supreme Court, activists in New Jersey launch a new offensive in the fight for LGBT equality.
A few thoughts on racism and "colorblindness"
Europe's small nations should think about leaving the euro behind, or at least threatening to do so.
Intellectuals on the right are coming around to the idea that our biggest financial institutions could use a little regulation.
As usual, journalists can't talk about marijuana without turning into Beavis and Butthead.
High-profile cases, like the two gay marriage ones next week, tend to attract crazy amici curiae briefs like Kid Rock songs to a gun rally.