Jonathan Chait

"Maybe that makes me a sociopath," the columnist told his colleagues.
The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is a sad and tragic event for his loved ones, including 28 grandchildren
The crux of Weissmann's argument is that, "if the government forces wages too high, businesses will eventually cut back on
Podhoretz is not a fringe figure. He is closer to the left wing of conservative-movement thought than the right wing. Even
In 2016, politicians and pundits will certainly continue to pontificate about the pitfalls of political correctness. There just isn't any downside to attacking this imaginary monster of groupthink, so we can expect to hear speakers trumpeting their own courage in "not being pc" as they attack especially vulnerable groups in society.
Many of us have noted that Marco Rubio has carried out an eerie reprise of George W. Bush’s 2000 strategy, which uses a combination
One of the hardiest and most irresistible political fallacies holds that, if your side’s agenda is failing, it has failed
Speech policing advocates forget that there is incredible value in knowing what people actually think, unfiltered. Believing you can conquer racism, bias and bigotry by rooting out microaggressions and enforcing self-censorship and uptightness is like taking Xanax for syphilis.
Dan Pfeiffer, who left his position as senior adviser at the White House last week after having worked with Barack Obama
Indeed, a key component of identity politics is shifting the idea of who's at the center of progressive discourse, and in
When a writer like New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait feels it necessary to whine in print about his and other (mostly well
Largely under the radar of national and even local media, California has begun a quiet revolution in climate policy that could change the whole national conversation about curbing global warming.
Reports of conservatism's death have been greatly exaggerated. Reading recent predictions of the demise of anti-statist politics, one might think we have arrived at the dawn of a new social democratic America.