The Supreme Court got it wrong in Michigan v. EPA.
His policies have a lot in common with those of some former Republican presidents.
The court removed a wedge issue that only worked against Republicans.
Political hedging diminishes dialogue on an issue as divisive and hurtful as the state-sponsored lionizing of Confederate history.
The court dealt a blow to the rights of millions of Americans who wish to marry immigrants.
A seemingly arcane accounting question has wide implications.
There are some scary parallels between the two nations.
From the beginning, all determinative behavior in world affairs has been driven by group conflict.
Despite what some are saying, fallout from the Supreme Court decision will likely be minimal.
We want a society where skin color is descriptive, not defining.