A faction on the left wants to weaken the free-speech rights that protect marginalized people at the very moment when doing so would help Donald Trump to persecute them.
It’s not simply his reversal—it’s that his record suggests he lacks the consistency to stay the course he’s charted.
The cartoonist defended the president in a podcast debate with Sam Harris. The portrait he painted of Trump supporters was not flattering.
Businesses are right to fire people with heinous views. But it's important to do so under a well-defined framework.
The House resolution faults the president for failing to adequately condemn white supremacists “and assure the American people of his resolve to opposing domestic terrorism.”
Randy Newman has done as much as any songwriter to anticipate the tragicomic place where the country finds itself. And his best work may still be ahead.
A bipartisan vote condemning the president’s failure to distance himself from white supremacism could provide the leadership he has failed to offer.
In Sundar Pichai’s letter to employees, an important piece of information about the company’s response to a memo on diversity is inaccessible.
Instead of shaking up the status quo, the self-proclaimed outsider doubles down on an approach that has failed to stop drug abuse for more than six decades.
Many headlines labeled the document “anti-diversity,” misleading readers about its actual contents.
Instead of complaining about actual flaws in media coverage, the president airs a fabricated grievance.
There are better ways to work toward a more just society in the connected era.
While student activists are away, legislators have transformed the fight over how free expression is regulated on public university campuses.
A portrait of the Trump family as coastal elites
Republican Senator Jeff Flake takes on President Trump—but stops well short of calling for his removal.
Witnesses tell legislators that lots of so-called hate speech is constitutionally protected, that harassing or threatening speech is not, and that white supremacists ought to be denounced.
Four ways the president is validating Andrew Breitbart’s dictum on the primacy of culture in American politics
Even prominent right-wing populists are beginning to worry that they invested their faith in an unstable leader.
Even analysts who cannot agree on what the legislation actually says largely agree that Congress should reject it.
... and what that means for affordable housing across the country