Concern for low-income Americans is admirable, but it is not a reasonable justification for abandoning or slowing the transition to EVs.
Our species is nothing if not prolific. The world’s human population is expected to reach 8 billion this month and increase to 10 billion over the next 60 years, according to demographers at the United Nations, among others. That’s 10,000,000,000 of us. In the past 100 years alone our numbers have quadrupled, from two billion […]
Our children and grandchildren deserve a better future than the one we are currently bequeathing them.
Do you have a billionaire sugar daddy? Me neither.
There’s a mass shooting at least once a week now. And deaths from killer tornadoes in the first three months of this year have accounted for three times the fatalities for all of 2022.
If you have been following the weather (perchance on TikTok?) or if you actually venture outside periodically, you know it’s not normal out there, hasn’t been for decades.
There sure has been an epidemic of misplaced state secrets: Trump (who didn’t want to give his back), Biden, Pence, me—who’s next?
Is affirmative action in college admissions legal? Does it unfairly deprive deserving white applicants of being accepted at schools like Harvard or Yale? The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear two cases that will decide those related questions in 2023.
It’s time for you and me to let our leaders know what they should be doing about the climate crisis on behalf of our descendants.
Like the breakfast cereal Kix, wild conspiracy theories are not just for kids anymore. In fact, alleged grownups have cornered the market.
My fellow Nutmeggers, how sick are you of the latest pandemic? No, not the flu, COVID or Monkeypox. I’m talking about the rash of political ads.
John Kerry can’t hold a candle to today’s political flip-floppers, who have elevated the artform to Orwellian heights.
When this nine-member geriatric group shambles out of its chambers and onto the stage, plopping themselves down to sing, get ready for these Supremes to rock your world.
The originalists on the U.S. Supreme Court believe that anything that wasn’t trending in 1788 is suspect today.
There are people in this country who wish things could be done easier and quicker. They think America would be better off if their party were in charge all the time.