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Megan McArdle is a Washington Post columnist and the author of "The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success."
The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success
If a doppelganger theory is really too incredible to entertain, why do so many people seem so eager to make Kavanaugh serve as a universal body double for sexual predators who resemble him in some way?
Ford cannot afford to be seen as helping the Democrats.
The case of Carlton Franklin seems newly relevant in light of the accusation against Kavanaugh.
Brett M. Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford could both be telling the truth
Bias is evident, but only seems to be a problem when people are subjected to a ref who seems to be playing for the other side.
Politics isn’t about smart. It isn’t even about tough.
Most of us are still quite sure that we’re right about what good financial management looks like.
Why do industries that especially pride themselves on their feminist cred seem so unusually prone to harassment scandals?
Nike’s new Kaepernick ad campaign may not be popular, but not for the reason you’d expect.
If all the sane employees leave, the firm will founder.