January 11, 2020
Commentary

Be Skeptical about the Census

Why wouldn’t someone want to contribute to social science and an accurate head count? The history of the census provides ample evidence to justify such reluctance.

Inside Sources
January 8, 2020
Commentary

Bernie Sanders Is on to Something in Education

Bernie Sanders is right that NCLB‐​style reform — blunt, top‐​down control — is no way to run an education system. But he is wrong to attack the opposite of such reform: school choice.

Forbes.com
December 20, 2019
Commentary

Don’t Freak out About Impeachment

Somehow we’ve decided that the one job in America where you have to commit a felony to get fired is the one where you also control nuclear weapons. Given the damage an unfit president can do, shouldn’t it be easier to get rid of one?

Reason
December 10, 2019
Commentary

What the Democrats Left Out

Instead of settling on charges that relate to statutory crimes, with clear, concrete criteria, the Democrats have instead released two articles of impeachment in which the misconduct exists largely in the eye of the beholder.

The Atlantic
December 10, 2019
Commentary

The Crossfire Hurricane Report’s Inconvenient Findings

Though it does not describe an investigation motivated by political bias, it is a textbook account of confirmation bias that should raise disturbing questions about the adequacy of the FISA process — and not just in this investigation.

Just Security