As is often the case when it comes to arts and culture, accusations of racism go after the wrong targets.
[Trump's] decree from last week, which erases trans people’s protection from discrimination in health care, is only the first step—and a highly symbolic one at that.
[I]f European and American sanctions are destined to be something other than a Pavlovian reaction or moral incantation, they must be accompanied by realistic objectives.
The bizarre side of the concept of race is nowhere more evident than on the national census form.
The U.S. has a population of 323 million, and 275 million guns in the hands of civilians.
But if the civil rights movement has reduced racism, it has not reduced racialism.
'Against the Trumps and the Xi Jinpings, there is a place for 'ambitious and avant-garde' leadership.'
[Trump's] actions are only paving the way for China to exert even greater influence, despite this being the situation he is trying to avoid.
It is no wonder ... that not only the Republican administration but also the Democratic opposition has accepted the need for even greater support of economic activity through fiscal policies.