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What’s Trump Running for Anyway?

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What’s Trump Running for Anyway?

Donald Trump consistently out-polls his Republican presidential rivals. While frontrunner status is often fleeting, Trump’s success might be cause for worry. To see why, let’s examine his campaign. Finding the substance in the bombast is not always easy, but what substance we…

What’s Next for Black Lives Matter in D.C.? We Asked Longtime Activist Eugene Puryear.

When it comes to 30-second soundbites, Eugene Puryear is getting good. The 29-year-old D.C. activist has been giving quick quotes to…
by Graham Vyse | September 03, 2015 Read More

What’s Trump Running for Anyway?

Donald Trump consistently out-polls his Republican presidential rivals. While frontrunner status is often fleeting, Trump’s success might be cause for…
by Sheldon Richman | September 03, 2015 Read More

Point: Carly Fiorina, a True Leader

I was a senior vice president at Hewlett-Packard during Carly Fiorina’s tenure as chairman and CEO. Working for Carly was…
by Bill Mutell | September 02, 2015 Read More

Counterpoint: Fiorina’s HP Record is a Badge of Shame

It is time political analysts take Carly Fiorina’s candidacy seriously. With Fiorina rising in the national polls, up to third…
by Jeffrey Sonnenfeld | September 02, 2015 Read More

Opinion: CEO Pay and Climate Change — A Perverse Incentive to Burn

Unparalleled wildfires are burning across the American west amid some of the worst droughts in centuries. The largest freak hailstorm…
by Chuck Collins | September 02, 2015 Read More

Opinion: Taxing Internet Sales Is Bad for Consumers, Taxpayers

Lawmakers in Congress introduced a plan to apply sales taxes to Internet purchases, hoping this time they’ve ironed out the…
by Jesse Hathaway | September 02, 2015 Read More

Q&A: Lessig on His 2016 Bid, Money in Politics, and Skepticism of Professors Who Run for Office

Last month, Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig announced that he was exploring a highly unusual White House bid in 2016: the Democrat…
by Graham Vyse | September 01, 2015 Read More

Opinion: Let’s Hear Our Next President’s Views on Poverty

In September of each year, the U.S. Census Bureau releases data from the Annual Social and Economic Supplement of the…
by Angela Rachidi | September 01, 2015 Read More