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Recent articles by Paul:

The Revolt of the American Worker

Since the pandemic's start, Americans seem to be rethinking their lives. → Read More

Republicans, the Anti-Business Party

Corporations learn that extremism is not their friend. → Read More

Think of Mitch McConnell as a New Jersey Shark

Republicans have learned that sabotage works. → Read More

Biden Versus the Rip Van Winkle Caucus

Do centrists realize that 2021 isn't 1999? → Read More

Are Centrists in the Thrall of Right-Wing Propaganda?

A lot of what they think they know just isn't so. → Read More

Why Not Make the Kids Alright?

Spending more on children is a very good idea. → Read More

Opinion | Dear Joe Manchin: Coal Isn’t Your State’s Future

Coal’s glory days ended during the Reagan era, and they aren’t coming back. → Read More

Opinion | Foreign Terrorists Have Never Been Our Biggest Threat

By 9/11, domestic extremism was already on the rise. → Read More

Opinion | Corporate America Is Lobbying for Climate Disaster

It wants to prioritize low taxes over the fate of civilization. → Read More

Opinion | The Buying of the American Mind

Government officials can be corrupted — but so can their critics. → Read More

Opinion | The Snake Oil Theory of the Modern Right

How the nutritional supplement business has helped foster extremism. → Read More

Opinion | The Gentrification of Blue America

The troubling interaction between NIMBYs and the knowledge economy. → Read More

Opinion | California Could Throw Away What It’s Won

A crazy recall process could lead to repudiation of the state's policy successes. → Read More

Opinion | How Not to Create Jobs

Punishing the unemployed doesn’t accomplish very much. → Read More

Opinion | Workers Don’t Want Their Old Jobs on the Old Terms

A pandemic lesson: You can say no to bad pay and conditions. → Read More

Opinion | Honey, Who Shrunk the World?

Globalization and the power of ideas. → Read More

Opinion | The Quiet Rage of the Responsible

It's time to stop being diffident and speak up. → Read More

Opinion | Who Created the Renewable-Energy Miracle?

Was it luck, or was it good policy? → Read More

Opinion | The Bad Economics of Fossil Fuel Defenders

Why you should ignore claims that we can't afford to reduce emissions. → Read More

Opinion | Climate Denial, Covid Denial and the Right’s Descent

It’s not as bad as you thought. It’s worse. → Read More