Congress should impeach judges who act like that because it is not good behavior, and they were asked not to act that way when they were confirmed.
Articles by DC Authors
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PODCAST: Debating The Future Of Debates
We love a good debate — and have certainly had plenty of them on this show. But how effective are they in today’s media and political landscape?
What “Pro-Palestine” Student Groups Get Wrong
Back then – as now – this fit into a “colonialist” narrative of European Jews oppressing Arabs – an easy, eye pleasing but intellectually lazy fit.
Examining Government As A “Necessary Evil”
Thomas Paine defines government as separate from society, and indeed if society functioned perfectly there would be no need for government.
Ukrainian And Polish History: Fighting The Empires
On February 24th, Russia started an unprovoked war against Ukraine. It has become one more attempt of the empire to demolish the Ukrainian state.
PODCAST: What Student Debt Says About Democratic Institutions
In a new book, Josh Mitchell draws alarming parallels to the housing crisis, showing the catastrophic consequences student debt has had on families.
Aging White Men Who Commit Voter Fraud Have Nothing To Fear
The sentences stand in contrast with the actions of the Governor who recently got the state legislature to create an election integrity police force.
What We Get Wrong About Putin’s Motivations. And Money.
7 weeks into the Ukrainian invasion our collective media is still wasting time kvetching about Putin’s wealth and the oligarchs surrounding him.
Who Pays For America?
The taxes that are being placed on middle class in America are ridiculous. The rich in comparison pay nothing, yet have everything.
PODCAST: Jon Meacham On Creating A More Perfect Union
Jon Meacham recently visited Penn State for a wide-ranging conversation on the war in Ukraine, polarization polarization, and the media landscape.