Open Thread: The Supreme Court and Social Policy
Open Thread: The Supreme Court and Social Policy Should courts decide on contested moral questions?
July 13, 2022 |
Has the Supreme Court Cleared the Way for a Grand Compromise?
Has the Supreme Court Cleared the Way for a Grand Compromise? Recent decisions by the Court might force Americans to put a price on their stated principles.
July 11, 2022 |
Never Bet Against America
Never Bet Against America Is America's dysfunction actually key to what makes it great—or at least what makes it "better" than Norway or Denmark?
July 08, 2022 |
Could We Have Stopped Trump?
Could We Have Stopped Trump? In Part 2 of the episode, Shadi and Damir debate the legacy of January 6 and whether greater vigilance really could have stopped Trump's rise.
July 08, 2022 |
America is Great Precisely Because It’s Not
America is Great Precisely Because It’s Not On the love of country, even if it doesn't always treat you well.
July 04, 2022 |
The Week Roe Fell
The Week Roe Fell At momentous time for the country, a roundup of our thoughts.
July 02, 2022 |
Rights are the GOP's Problem Now
Rights are the GOP's Problem Now The pro-life movement's focus on rights could fracture the Republican Party.
June 27, 2022 |
The Secrets and Sorrows of Gay Washington
The Secrets and Sorrows of Gay Washington Jamie Kirchick on the untold story of gays in the nation's capital, from the darkness of the Cold War to today's triumphs.
June 24, 2022 |
Are We All Gay Now?
Are We All Gay Now? In Part 2 of our conversation with Jamie Kirchick, we debate the nature of progress and whether queer ideology is homophobic.
June 24, 2022 |
How To Be a Caliph
How To Be a Caliph Haroon Moghul joins us to discuss whether Western values can be squared with Islam's strictest demands.
June 17, 2022 |