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The US owes more than an apology to its Indigenous people

Things are not looking up for Indigenous Americans this Thanksgiving. The Supreme Court is considering the retraction of the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act. Cherokees in Oklahoma are suing for the seat in the House of Representatives to which they are entitled under a treaty signed 187 years ago ...

The FDA is getting it right on youth vaping

The most recent data from the National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) tell a story that you probably haven’t heard. Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the 2022 NYTS results, which showed underage e-cigarette use had ...

Pence should be proud

If former Vice President Mike Pence is ever in need of a character witness, he could not do much better than one statement former President Donald Trump made to him. In his new book “So Help Me God,” Pence quotes Trump as pressuring him to overturn the results of the 2020 election by ...

Don’t rule out Trump in ’24

Former president Donald Trump’s announcement of a 2024 White House run was predictable, even if the timing was suspect. He delivered his message calmly and clearly, and he remained on point. The problem is the message was given by a man who has been branded by his opponents with the most ...

Musk’s Twitter takeover is democracy in action

Last month, internet billionaire Elon Musk completed his highly anticipated acquisition of Twitter. Many users see Musk as a threat that could upend social media as we know it, especially if his promises to transform the platform into a “common digital public square” comes to pass. But ...

Do tech companies deserve a break for layoff miscalculations?

News that tens of thousands of Americans in the tech industry are receiving pink slips and other “sorry, but you are fired” notices is a sad reminder that reducing inflation comes at a high cost. Any nation should seek to avoid unhappy circumstances in which its central bank feels ...