Oren Cass is a pro-union conservative. If such a thing sounds strange to you, you’re not alone.
“Why are you putting labels on people? What purpose is that serving? When you feel the need to label somebody, you’re doing it for a reason.”
A more complete picture of the Trump presidency might help explain the surprising exit polls.
“Racial essentialism is very reductive and actually oppressive,” Valdary told me. “It reduces us as individuals to our immutable characteristics.”
I remember going to Eric Garner’s funeral in 2014. And I remember the fights I had with conservative family members after it.
I just led a church through a tornado, turned away from a tornado and went through a pandemic, then to systematic racism and injustices.
Mayor DeBlasio should be ashamed. But the rest of us need to take a long hard look at ourselves, too.
We owe Adelson thanks. But we owe it to the American people to question the model that made his generosity possible.
The true mystery of American life is not why we’re polarized but why we aren’t, despite the fact that our politicians and media want us to be.
The Democratic presidential primary campaign has felt like a joke, a perfect amalgamation of positive and negative forces that cancel each other out.