It’s probably best if we don’t, but we do need to learn how to prevent future meddling.
Jacob Levy writes for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
When educational outcomes are roughly equivalent, we are obligated to choose the regime that best protects liberty.
Disagreement is inevitable, but we need to turn down the temperature to keep it from burning through our civic norms. Here are some ideas.
The road to serfdom leads to fascism. Embracing fascism to fight socialism treats the poison as the cure.
Trump's proposed tax cuts would make big government bigger, inviting fiscal disaster.
On the National Review's unpersuasive citizenism.
Free societies are rife with disagreement. Let's at least be reasonable about it.