Articles by Oren Nimni
We Love Our Prizewinning Immigrants
America already loves certain kinds of immigrants. But the immigration debate isn’t about Nobel laureates.
America’s All-Purpose Rent-A-Cop
Outgoing NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton has made policing into a very lucrative enterprise…
More Lawyers, Same Injustice
A case in Georgia has become notorious for its profanity. But it also says something about our public defender system…
The Miseries of Eviction: An Interview With Matthew Desmond
Current Affairs speaks to the Harvard sociologist about his book “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City.”
Slavery is Everywhere
Millions of human beings are presently enslaved. Shouldn’t that be somewhat disquieting?
There’s a New Entry on The List of Reasons Why Police Can Shoot You If You’re Black
When Charles Kinsey asked police why they shot him, they replied: “I don’t know.”
Melania’s Plagiarism Actually Just Shows How Vapid Political Speeches Are
Democrats should be troubled at how easily their rhetoric can be reused at the RNC…
There’s Nothing Wrong With Feeling Entitled To Your Education
Loathsome as she may be, Abigail Fisher deserved to go to the University of Texas.
The Return of Shark Tank Capitalism
Shark Tank would like to think it’s vicious. It’s nothing of the kind.
TV’s Only Accurate Law Show
From getting stiffed on the public defender fee to negotiating with the D.A. in the bathroom to wading through mountains of discovery, Better Call Saul is the only law show that tells it like it is.
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