In “America’s House Divided Cannot Stand” Charles Lipson is equating conservatism with liberalism, as though there is just a civil disagreement over policy.

The idea that the 2,200-mile trail, under which more than 50 pipelines already pass, should become a Berlin Wall separating the Eastern Seaboard from the rest of the U.S. is ridiculous.

Smartphone apps could eliminate contagion from all kinds of transactions that involve touching shared, public objects like ATMs, library catalogue screens, point-of-sale devices and immigration terminals.

Even if Sen. Sanders enters Milwaukee in July with more than 1,990 “pledged” delegates, I’ll bet that somehow, some way, the outcome will be changed to Sen. Sanders’s disadvantage.

I’m mildly perplexed by Holman Jenkins’s suggestion that aerosol manipulation of the earth’s atmosphere “to offset the warming seen so far” might not be prohibitively costly. What if it worked?

Right now, only 45% of high schools across the country offer computer science as an option, let alone a requirement. We’re not even keeping up with demand from students and parents for these classes.

Your authors are correct that this regulation was implemented not to benefit students, but to punish for-profit universities on the assumption that all were evil.

President Franklin Roosevelt wrote that the process of collective bargaining had “insurmountable limitations when applied to public personnel management.”

Regarding Lance Morrow’s “OK Boomer? Bernie, Biden and Bloomberg Are Older Still”: I think the proposed publication would be better called “Codger and Crone,” but either way, I’ll subscribe.

All we need is the major pension plans and institutional holders to insist that any organization in which they hold stock be audited periodically by a truly independent auditor.

Fidel Castro”s “literacy program,” as Sen. Bernie Sanders likes to call it, was a propaganda and indoctrination system meant to program a captive population to become good comrades and soldiers for the revolution.

Take the debates away from the networks—they have too little substance, too much focus on au courant frivolousness such as tweet insults and too much time spent on attempting “gotchas.”

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