Has Trump served us all in breaking things open? Only if we use the moment for serious rethinking of policy.
The first-in-the-nation scholarship program would serve about 1.5 million full-time students. But there are downsides.
The first principle of the Trump Doctrine: People from Muslim countries may enter the U.S. if their country contains a building with Trump’s name on it.
Local control is a foundational conservative principle—but progressives also embrace it.
Dried cocoa beans historically have been shipped to Europe and the U.S. for chocolate making. But keeping the process close to home empowers farmers and supports local economies.
Trumponomics fails because it ignores the American worker. Here’s what we should do instead.
After Kalamazoo, Michigan, offered college tuition for nearly all high school graduates, dropout rates declined and the city’s population began to rebound.
Immigrants make up 17 percent of the state’s workforce. If Washington’s undocumented workers were deported, nearly $14.5 billion in economic activity could be lost.
We face the prospect of an economy with little need for humans. Advances in artificial intelligence call us to revisit basic questions about work, love, and human purpose.
The only solution is to bring your wealth home and invest in community resilience to ensure the survival of all.
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