Articles on the estate tax, college Republicans and patriotism attract comments and questions.
The Supreme Court's medical marijuana decision was a major setback for common sense.
The attacks seemed designed to maximize fear, not casualties.
Bruce Shapiro argues that O'Connor's resignation poses a
conundrum for Republicans.
Senate Democrats are preparing to take a dive on the issue they have righteously hammered for four years--the estate tax.
Our Deadline Poet is on vacation this week. And speaking of vacation,
with this issue The Nation goes on its biweekly summer schedule.
The FDA's refusal to issue a decision on Plan B reflects
the influence of the Christian right over Bush Administration policy.
Two states recently restored the estate tax to fund critical middle-class programs.
Though the G-8 leaders should subsidize zero-carbon
energy sources, they should resist Bush's advocacy of nuclear energy.
Truth and competence are virtues easily shed by the Bush Administration.
The "war on terror" is turning out to be nothing more than a recycled formulation of the dangerously dumb "domino theory."
The media passed along without prejudice Karl Rove's
deliberate distortions of Richard Durbin's words.
Inside the CPB's Mann report, one of the strangest government documents ever produced.
Talk about surprising developments, Wal-Mart has done something good.
America remains unprepared for a possible avian flu
By engaging the marriage debate only in terms of "gay rights," progressives have put themselves in a losing position.
The US must make full employment and ample demand the
guiding principles of its international economic policy.
Reviews of The Beat That My Heart Skipped, Me and You
and Everyone We Know and other new films.
This is the year
when the swallows did not come back
you have not noticed
Again again you are
the right time after all
not according to
however we planned it
Following the black
footprints the tracks
of words that have passed that way
before me I come
again and again to
your blank shore
Novalis's unfinished novel is a kaleidoscope of visions
and allegories of nature.
Adam Kirsch prefers his own ideas about poetry to actual