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If Free College Is a "Handout," So Is Free Labor in the Form of Unpaid Internships

An internship is work, and workers deserve to be paid. It’s as simple as that.

Princess Latifa Deserves a Better Advocate Than an Impotent United Nations

The organization’s stated commitment to the human rights of all peoples feels more and more like an empty promise with each missed opportunity.

RE: The Over-the-Top Backlash to Chrissy Teigen's Harmless Tweet About an Expensive Bottle of Wine

Chrissy Teigen isn’t responsible for either my suffering or yours.

Mitch McConnell Has Lost Control of His Party, and He Isn't Getting It Back

The Republican Party is still Trump’s party, and that’s not going to change anytime soon.

Does Ivanka Trump Really Have a Future in Politics?

Some Republicans are anticipating an Ivanka run, but any campaign seems destined to fail.

Shutting Down President Trump's Account Was the Only Responsible Choice Twitter Could Have Made

To leave Trump’s account open would be to leave the nation vulnerable to successive rounds of violence and chaos that it isn’t currently equipped to withstand.

Donald Trump Has Left a Stain on the Republican Party That Might Be Impossible to Scrub Out

So long as Trump’s shadow lingers over the Republican Party like a mushroom cloud, we cannot and should not expect a return to the normalcy that many of us had hoped was just over the horizon.

Democrats and Republicans Must Hit Reset Button, Commit to Cooperation on Most Critical Problems Facing America in 2021

A United States of America is off the table, at least for the foreseeable future. A Cooperative States of America, on the other hand, is both possible and necessary .

The Failure of Trump's Texas Lawsuit Shows That Fears About the Supreme Court Have Been Majorly Overblown

With the confirmation of Trump's third SCOTUS pick, we were treated to all sorts of doomsday scenarios about the court's legitimacy. Those never happened.

In Defense of Christopher Nolan's Rebuke of Warner Bros. Streaming Decision

If streaming becomes the new default format for watching movies, it’ll add yet another layer of "technoference" to our lives that we really don’t need.