Cafe : Opinion

Is The Western Drought Finally Ending? That Depends On Where You Look
School Choice Proposals Rarely Go Before Voters—And Typically Fail When They Do
Immigration As A Racial Weapon: The Legacy Of ‘Legacy’ Americans
How The ‘Holman Rule’ Allows The House To Fast-Track Proposals To Gut Government Programs Without Debate Or Much Thought At All
With Artificial Intelligence, It’s All About Power Structures
What AI can or cannot do is far less important than who controls AI and what they choose to do with it.
Some Republicans Are Trying To Build A Multiracial Right. Can It Work?
How does a party built on white grievance attract a diverse coalition?
Graham Jackson’s Story Is A Tale of American Ingenuity. But Teaching It Could Be Illegal Under Florida And North Dakota Laws
Florida’s “anti-woke” legislation and the state’s recent rejection of the AP African American studies curriculum are well-known examples of a disturbing trend that attempts to criminalize exploring the stories of Black people such as Graham Jackson.
George Santos’ Campaign Finance Violations Are His Most Dangerous Lies
War In Ukraine Becomes Latest Chapter In The Rise Of The Killer Robots
In Rural America, Right-To-Repair Laws Are The Leading Edge Of Pushback Against Growing Corporate Power
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