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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
Woke-ism may have some of the emotional tenor of church, but it lacks the supernatural beliefs and cohesive ritual of a real faith.
And why spend federal money on this?
Too many people poured all their hopes into an early Trump impeachment, treating Russian collusion not as a possibility but as an established fact.
Look to France, where the ‘yellow vest’ riots came out of nowhere.
At least some of the time, left-wing politicians need to think less like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and more like Betsy DeVos.
The Gaeltacht is one of the few places where the promotion of a native identity is utterly uncontroversial.
Opposition to trade liberalization was a major strand of Trumpism; it is somewhere between absent and reversed in polarity in Britain.
Every day that politicians dither is another day of damage to businesses.
Can Theresa May balance the interests of five warring factions?
Almost no one with the power to make policy is interested in getting it right.