C. C. Pecknold argues the position I took last week: the existing political coalitions in the US are breaking up.
John J. Reilly used to argue for #4 on a regular basis.
I don't buy this argument. Most of the examples cited were wartime research projects.
Ross Douthat channels Steve Sailer to argue that we should alter the deal.
The actors for this nailed the delivery, gestures, and body language of the candidates.
I'm glad to see he says he is opposed to the sale of public lands.
This is a harrowing read about the rise of opioid deaths in the US.
Thiel credits fracking with a bigger impact than Silicon Valley, which seems about right.
The ruins of an medieval Armenian capital.
The FDA drug approval process is actually pretty prompt, given what needs to be done. The hard part is getting the necessary evidence to prove your therapy works.
Damian Thompson points out that even some of Pope Francis' supporters seem to hope he will resign.