Ron DeSantis is Having His "Don Quixote" Moment
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is tapping into the fears and prejudices of his base rather than addressing the real issues facing Floridians.
The Gaza Strip is a Quintessential Symbol of Hyperpartisanship
Perhaps the Israel-Palestine conflict has no end in sight, but that's why I hold on to the hope—as opposed to the belief—that it will end with peace and flourishing.
What Democratic Populism Could Look Like
Despite their success, Democrats have more questions than answers as they face the 2024 presidential election.
The 'False Equivalence' Between the Far-Left and Far-Right
Politics is a lot more personal than we like to admit.
The Intentional Stance and its Role in Political Discourse
While we should all listen—and, more importantly, adopt the intentional stance—conservatives have much more work to do in this respect than liberals.
Crumbling Infrastructure in New York City Will Cost Lives if Gone Unfixed
Should continued infrastructural degradation without resolution be expected for most New York City residents?
The Great Resignation Will be Good for Corporations, Not Workers
Most workers who quit will likely attempt to "boomerang"—or go back to the same job after some time away. However, they will only do so when it is too late.
The Medical System is at its Tipping Point
If labor shortages increase and health care workers continue to get caught in the middle of the political strife on vaccines, the U.S. medical system could break down.
New York Will Become a Climate Change Hotspot
We cannot let vanity and trivial concerns get in the way of protecting New York City and other coastal cities.
Hyperpartisanship is Ruining America
When much of the country cannot speak to each other for political reasons—as things currently stand in America—cultural collapse becomes an inevitably.
Children Should be Taught Philosophy in School
Philosophy cultivates the ability to think critically for ourselves, rather than uncritically or to appease teachers or parents.
Freelancers Need Union Protections
Success in unionizing will set a new precedent in the editorial world.
Who is Behind the Internet's Hatred of Joe Biden?
The American people deserve to know whether or not such hate is coming from domestic or foreign entities.
Credentialism and its Pitfalls
Our economy is and should be moving away from tradition, and toward workers' freedom and empowerment.
Managers Need to Adapt to Remote Work
The COVID-19 pandemic amplified a pre-existing economic shift towards remote work. This has been a positive phenomenon.
The Importance of Funding Public Colleges
Universities needs to be a place of open discussion, with a good admixture of pluralism and skepticism, regardless of one's personal political disposition.
White Progressives are Hypocrites on Gentrification
There's something profoundly pompous about a self-proclaimed progressive lamenting about gentrification, all while reaping the benefits of it and directly causing it.
NYC's $260 Million Little Island Park is a Waste of Money
The construction of Little Island is merely a product of what economist Thorstein Veblen called "conspicuous consumption." Little Island was simply a display of wealth, not an act of philanthropy.
How to Get the Rich to Pay Taxes
Lamenting about raising the taxes on the rich is going to do nothing but further divide us.
UBI is the Economic Response to Climate Change
Aside from the necessity of having conversations about climate change's short-term consequences, if humanity is to continue to survive and flourish, we must keep the long-term future in mind.
Identity Politics are Toxic
Modernity ought to take some lessons from the 20th century civil rights movement by basing actions on reality, not on ideology, resentment or insecurity.
The Future of the U.S. Prison System
The U.S. prison system is often referred to as a system of retributive justice.
Meaningfulness, Its Moral Implications and the Path Forward
Most jobs are not geared toward the attainment of meaningfulness for those who must work them.