Seems like sound advice to me.
This sounds really good, but the vote in the Arizona legislature was by party lines, so if the Democrats regains control . . .
Piece offers three reasons. Here's the second one (which I certainly believe):
Polling and public opinion are not as straightforward as they seem.
This is the heart of the case against crippling our power grid with lots more solar and wind:
. . . Progressives seem not to care that communist China, India, and many other countries are building hundreds of coal plants right now, or that worldwide coal usage is up by 9% over the last year and growing.
Ain't this the truth.
Worthy goals, wrong solutions — and Pennsylvanians know it. While some will wait for November to register their discontent at the ballot box, many are already voting with their feet.
A perspective I hadn't seen before.
If the author is correct and Ms. Khan administration of the FTC works to the "detriment of the economy, consumers, and her own employees"--well, that's quite a combination and it displays a rare talent.
The former "paper of record" has fallen a long, long way.
"Let’s Work Together to Challenge the Selective Double Standard for the Enforcement of Title VI and Title IX in Higher Education"
Higher education has a major civil rights problem, and it’s so widespread that it’s nothing short of systemic and structural. The discrimination on the basis of sex and race that takes place on almost every college campus in America is not only illegal according to federal civil rights laws, but it’s highly unethical, unprincipled, and corrupt. It’s been going on for decades, but the violations of Title IX’s prohibition of sex discrimination and Title VI’s prohibition of discrimination on the basis of race, color and national origin have increased in recent years, despite the ongoing efforts of myself and others to challenge the systemic sexism and racism that exists in higher education today