By Joseph Lawler | 03/07/14 03:27 PM
In modern times, “truthiness” — a “truth” asserted “from the gut” or because it “feels right,” without regard to evidence or logic — is also a key part of political discourse. It is difficult to imagine life without it, and our political discourse is weakened by Orwellian laws...
By Joseph Lawler | 02/28/14 12:41 PM
Benjamin Landy for the Century Foundation: This year, about 3 million students will graduate from high school. Of the 2 million who go on to attend college, more than 1.5 million will take the SAT. And, as usual, colleges will lean heavily on the results to assemble America's next educational...
By Joseph Lawler | 02/07/14 11:37 AM
A Maryland middle school has sparked heated controversy by holding an end-of-day pizza party for high-performing students.
By Joseph Lawler | 01/31/14 11:59 AM
Mijin Cha for Demos' policy shop: While Congress deserves its share of blame for refusing to raise the minimum wage, corporations are also to blame because they have kept wages stagnant while ensuring profit and shareholder returns skyrocket. Boeing is a perfect example of this dynamic. In...
By Joseph Lawler | 01/24/14 11:36 AM
On Dec. 28, roughly 1.3 million Americans lost their unemployment insurance after Congress failed to renew an emergency program that would have extended benefits for the long-term jobless.
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