As the Supreme Court takes up preferences at Harvard, legal scholar David Bernstein argues that labels like ‘Hispanic’ and ‘Asian’ are completely arbitrary.
The Weekend Interview
‘The real reason Putin has not succeeded,’ says Bernard-Henri Lévy, is that his opponents ‘know why they fight.’
Marine turned lawmaker Mike Gallagher warns that the U.S. is far more vulnerable to losing a war than the public recognizes.
The U.S. economy evolved to spread affordable homes to the masses. A Columbia historian describes how it happened, and why the trend has broken down.
Susquehanna’s co-founder explains his support for school choice and how he’d use prediction markets to solve our biggest problems.
A coalition with working-class voters turned out to be more than woke college grads were able to endure.
BlackRock and other giant firms use your money to advance ESG ideas you may not agree with, even if you own index funds. Vivek Ramaswamy has brought an alternative to the market.
A former ACLU president urges the left—and all of us—to re-embrace the First Amendment.
Stimulating the vagus nerve can relieve arthritis, Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory conditions—perhaps someday even Alzheimer’s disease.
Vertex Academies is set to open next month on the old Blessed Sacrament campus in the Bronx. Its founders, Ian Rowe and Joyanet Mangual, are confident they’ll beat back the legal challenge.
Florida Rep. Maria Salazar explains how her party managed to gain Hispanic votes even during the Trump years—and how it can continue the trend.
Michael Barone says Nixon’s scandal was a historical watershed and had a baleful influence on politics and journalism that still bedevils us today.
America’s leading economist of urban life says a return to the workplace is crucial, especially for the young.
Judge Douglas Ginsburg was Reagan’s second choice after Robert Bork’s nomination failed. He says criticism of Justice Alito’s draft opinion reflects constitutional ignorance.
How to revive U.S. vitality and confidence? Economists John Cogan and Kevin Warsh offer a way to think about what made the country prosperous. Pay attention to the ‘three I’s’—ideas, individuals and institutions.
When Elizabeth Warren denounced energy CEOs, Toby Rice, the head of the largest U.S. natural gas producer wasn’t about to roll over.
He reflects on logistics, economics and lessons from building ‘the largest transportation system ever put on the planet.’
The playwright won’t play along with woke signaling, talismanic masking or deference to petty tyrants.
Bill Browder, the man behind the Magnitsky Act, says he’s surprised and delighted with the strength of the West’s sanctions: ‘I was a lone voice for 10 years.’
Matt Pottinger, an architect of Trump’s security strategy, sees Ukraine as analogous to Korea, a ‘hot opening salvo’ in a global conflict between the free world and a bloc of dictatorships.