Articles in Editor’s Notes
Why it’s impossible to Sorkin-ize the great revolutionary clown.
And why liberal technocrats who give credence to them are so obtuse.
It’s important to vote Democratic, but we should be under no illusions that voting Democratic will save us. Voting is a small part of our political lives.
Revisiting the 44th president’s speeches helps us understand why his politics were so limited, and what we need instead.
On trying to see history from the perspective of a participant.
In politics it’s not enough to win the argument or have justice on your side. You have to actually take and hold power.
A worrying complacency has led Biden to avoid even attempting ground operations. Why would anyone take this risk given the stakes of the election?
The pseudo-reasonableness of William F. Buckley shows why nostalgia for an Age of Civility is misplaced.
There are so many cruel and overconfident people in power that we need all the humble, sensitive ones we can get.
How to defend murder while presenting yourself as neutral.
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