Monthly Archives: June 2017

Worth Reading: Frum on Health Care

June 30, 2017 A repetitive theme here: we need to advance a positive, credible agenda for the future on a range of issues.  I’m not likely to come up with good ideas myself, so I’ll point to things I find … Continue reading

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Our Progress in Resisting — Or Lack Thereof

June 30, 2017 I look forward to each Friday’s column from Andrew Sullivan in New York Magazine.  I don’t always agree with Sullivan, but he consistently makes spot-on observations.  Here’s how this week’s column begins in its section on Trump/The … Continue reading

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What Is the Crisis? The Possibility of Collusion

June 15, 2017 What would “collusion” look like? That’s the question that’s on my mind today. In a previous post, I outlined four possibilities about how we might understand the crisis currently facing the United States. The first of those … Continue reading

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