Economist Laurence Kotlikoff on why the House bill is unlikely to gain bipartisan support.
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Bill Scher on whether liberal politicians will soften their Second Amendment stance to win votes.
Levi McLaughlin explains how Japan’s largest “new religion” influences legislation. Plus: The “nation-state” religion.
Historian Colin Snider on new information that could bring down President Michel Temer.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis consider whether Trump is dooming his party’s electoral chances. Plus: What Roger Ailes wrought.
Damon Linker says progressives might have been better off trying to win arguments instead of lawsuits. Plus: Was the Comey firing a calculated political act?
Glenn Loury and John McWhorter debate what motivates radical protestors. Plus: The gospel of the left.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade explains what worked for him. Plus: The Comey blowback.
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Arms control expert Jeffrey Lewis on China’s strategy for dealing with North Korea’s nuclear program. Plus: How do you solve a problem like North Korea?
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Professor of Law James Forman, author of the new book Locking Up Our Own, on why blaming harsh laws for injustice is inadequate. Plus: The root causes of mass incarceration.
Matt Lewis says the president is testing the limits of Republican support. Plus: Should the media moderate its Comey coverage?
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Daniel Drezner, author of the new book The Ideas Industry, on how to change intellectual debate in America. Plus: The triumph of the thought leader.