Coined by Bill Clinton, the phrase was an inspired way to bring together a range of abortion supporters under a now-abandoned umbrella.
Why we need to face the best arguments from the other side
The allegations against the Today show host have disgusted and unsettled me like few others in the #MeToo era.
Her Instagram account reads like Brideshead Revisited meets Twilight meets Vanity Fair magazine circa 1988, when greed was good and having money was a golden superpower.
The Minnesota congresswoman could take a bolder stand for some of her most vulnerable constituents.
Americans have turned weapons of war into consumer goods.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood celebrates values that have been repeatedly dismissed as dangerous and outdated.
Migrant children are suffering. Christians need to help.
An elite-college education is one of the few expensive things that is for sale, but that not everyone is allowed to buy.
For 30 years, we’ve trusted human-resources departments to prevent and address workplace sexual harassment. How’s that working out?
When did we lose the ability to interpret the signs of a girl in bad trouble?
The parents indicted in the college-admissions scandal were responding to a changing America, with rage at being robbed of what they believed was rightfully theirs.
Michael Jackson’s music is a gift. What do we do with it now?
Don’t sell cruelty and pathological behavior as a feminist victory.
Confronted by passionate schoolchildren, the senator held a master class in patience, grace, and asserting her well-earned authority.
And the damage to their credibility will be lasting.
The motivations and aspirations of the self-proclaimed “first daughter” remain a mystery.
The senator tried to leverage the political power of a social movement to move herself closer to the presidency.
The Church is not only failing its children—it’s also alienating its mothers.
The institution is driven to protect legacy and wealth, but also to create a more diverse and egalitarian student body.