by LZ Granderson Sandy Hook is the mass shooting I hear mentioned most often when people talk about the moment they knew nothing would change. A madman […]
Author: Syndicated Columnist
The concerns over TikTok are right
by Jonah Goldberg In a remarkable display of bipartisanship, Congress went to war with the social media app TikTok last week. The House Energy and Commerce Committee […]
Putin ups ante with nukes in Belarus
by Andreas Kluth Let’s all hope that Chinese President Xi Jinping sees this outrage as a personal affront and gives his “friend” in Moscow a good talking […]
Trump’s Stormy Daniels payoff could finally get him indicted. But should it?
by Jonah Goldberg “There is hardly any political question in the United States that sooner or later does not turn into a judicial question,” Alexis de Tocqueville, […]
‘Cancel culture’ has its merits, but the left is ready for a better approach
by Kenji Yoshino and David Glasgow It used to be almost exclusively the political right that complained about the amorphous boogeyman known as “cancel culture.” Recently, at […]
Republican disagreement over Ukraine support echoes isolationists of WWII
by Carl P. Leubsdorf The pointed exchanges among Republican presidential candidates and lawmakers about the U.S. commitment to Ukraine is a reminder that some policy debates never […]
Provide a résumé, cover letter — and access to your brain?
by Nita Farahany Modern workers increasingly find companies no longer content to consider their résumés, cover letters and job performance. More and more, employers want to evaluate […]
For Iraqis like me, the U.S. invasion 20 years ago isn’t a distant memory
by Mortada Gzar In March 2003, I was in my second year at the University of Baghdad, studying engineering. The U.S. invaded Iraq and my dormitory emptied […]
Who are you calling old?
An expanding ‘middle age’ upends everything by LZ Granderson I’ve been thinking about death lately. Turning 50 can do that to a person. I exercise regularly, drink […]
The power of libraries to connect communities
by Annie Caplan and Cristy Moran People may hear the word “library” and imagine librarians sitting behind a circulation desk, reading a book and telling patrons to […]