Author: Vikram Bath
There is no moral equivalency between the United States government and China’s government. But how do we package those differences in a convincing manner?
The right to access your health information in a programmatic fashion also gives you the right to unwittingly give a random app developer access to your health information. Is this a right we actually want?
Kamala Harris does not want to be the token black candidate hanging around to make the Democratic Party feel comfortable.
How Congress handles this will determine what is acceptable behavior in a president
There’s an election a year from now, and many of the people affected by the UAW strike live in the states that will determine the election’s outcome.
Be smart! Read this!
As newly-minted, likely Democratic-primary voter visiting China, I have a question that has not been addressed in the debates: How much am I supposed to care about others?
Lee Iacocca: Ode to an icon.
Fact checking, as practiced today, falls wildly short of its ideals
The Wife of Bath’s Tale shows how desperate readers are for a hero and what we are willing to forgive or ignore to get one
I hope the future of the Democratic party looks more like this than like a nicer, kinder rehash of Trump’s broken agenda.
Stephen Moore is a political operative who happened to get some sort of economics degree from somewhere.
It’s OK to be scared by scary things. Driving in the snow is one of them.