Biden’s Tax Policies Would Hamstring Economic Recovery and Social Mobility

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“The recovery itself is likely to be the largest job creator this decade.”

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In a Future Driven by Artificial Intelligence, “Career Adjacency” Offers Humans Agency  

However trendy this new semantic shift, the word is more relevant than ever: “Career adjacency” is now the future of human work.”

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How the “New Atheists” Deradicalized Me

New Atheism had taught me always to demand evidence; and the evidence revealed that, historically, political radicalism had been a major source of violence and inhumanity…”

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To Prevent Politics and Reality from Breaking Up, Keep It Local

“Therefore, if we want to ward off a divorce between our political narratives and reality, perhaps the best thing we can do is bring political affairs as close as possible to our lived, everyday realities.”

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Is Inflation Finally Going to Be a Problem?

Finally, the mere expectation of inflation can actually bring it to pass.”

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The Facebook Oversight Board: How to Make It Actually Work

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Accordingly, we believe that Facebook could streamline its appeals process by following the guidelines suggested above.”

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Why We’ve Committed Ourselves to Fighting Online Censorship

We believe this question of censorship is a non-partisan concern that will deeply affect the ability of our country to achieve fairness and progress going forward.”

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Is the National Debt Finally Going to Be a Problem?

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“As President Joe Biden unveils his own ambitious spending plans, it is worth asking if the national debt is finally going to have its moment.”

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Everybody’s Getting the Filibuster—and the Senate—All Wrong

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But let us be clear: It is not fair to claim that the filibuster is a ‘relic of Jim Crow,’ either.”

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Knowing Which “Hill to Die On”

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Idealists, in order to change the systems in which they exist, must usually remain in that system.”

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Age Quod Agis

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“From Saint Ignatius, this short phrase’s message is straightforward yet powerful: Do what you are doing.”

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The Politicization of “Zack Snyder’s Justice League”

“Fixated and obsessed with Superman’s ‘whiteness,’ Phillips cannot appreciate a movie for what it is, content instead to completely misinterpret it in order to make her misguided social beliefs more palatable.”

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Chile’s Real Battle: Citizens vs. Tainted Bureaucrats

“Instead of protesting to usher in social democracy, citizens on the Left and Right in Chile should come together to protest the abhorrent corruption that has slithered its way into the political parties of the Chilean Right.”

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Is Gen Z Really So Different?

(Drew A. Kelley)

Coming of age in the 1990s, the state of the world seemed every bit as dire to me as it does to many ‘Zoomers.'”

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Local Decision-Makers and Keeping Kids Active During the Pandemic

Yet, paradoxically, it appears as a nation that our collective response to the pandemic has exacerbated the pre-existing epidemic of physical inactivity amid efforts to protect people’s health.”

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