Education and American Ideals publication

Apple is beginning to move out of China. It is an overdue reckoning.

Henry Olsen

China under Xi is not interested in adhering to the idea of natural human rights applicable to all people.

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The Washington Post / December 5, 2022

Macron’s visit with Biden was a lovefest. But bigger frictions remain.

Henry Olsen

All the happy talk about shared values and democracy cannot square this diplomatic circle.

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The Washington Post / December 3, 2022

When Time’s ‘Man of the Year’ Meant Something

Lance Morrow

Subjects of the magazine’s annual story were once viewed as secular saints—or, on occasion, devils.

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The Wall Street Journal / December 2, 2022

The Senate must not pick sides in the railway labor dispute

Henry Olsen

the Senate shouldn’t pass the legislation as is. It should push the two sides to compromise further.

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The Washington Post / December 1, 2022

The GOP’s path to dumping Trump will be torturous

Henry Olsen

All Republican contenders, even Trump, must perform an intricate dance to prevail.

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The Washington Post / November 28, 2022

Watch the World Cup — and witness something infinitely enthralling

Henry Olsen

It takes time to pick up the game’s intricacies, but even novices can appreciate the sheer individual brilliance that can make or break a game.

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The Washington Post / November 25, 2022

Election denial is reaching new levels of absurdity in Arizona

Henry Olsen

Republicans can win a national majority. But they cannot do so if they tout false election narratives and nominate extreme candidates.

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The Washington Post / November 22, 2022

How this climate change fund could fuel populism in richer nations

Henry Olsen

Doubling down on climate policy means risking a voter backlash at home they might not survive politically.

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The Washington Post / November 21, 2022

How this climate change fund could fuel populism in richer nations

Henry Olsen

Voters everywhere prioritize their own economic well-being first.

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The Washington Post / November 21, 2022

The Missing Link in American History

Stanley Kurtz

The square, boring, long-overlooked 19th century Midwest turns out to be the missing link in American history.

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National Review Online / November 21, 2022

Props for Biden’s Masterful Ukraine Policy

Henry Olsen

It appears that Biden has reinvigorated NATO and brought the Europeans closer to our views on China.

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The Washington Post / November 17, 2022

America’s Discord Looks Like a Job for the Superego

Lance Morrow

It’s hard to run a sane civilization in an atmosphere of political hysteria and hallucination.

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The Wall Street Journal / November 14, 2022