The case of William T. Montgomery is a reminder of the flaws that exist in our judicial system.
Mr. Pompeo and Ms. Haspel are likely to encounter difficult questions about their records on civil liberties, due process, and the use of torture.
A large part of the electorate seems to be living in a Cold War fugue, characterized by fears, both legitimate and misguided.
A controversial Supreme Court case on union dues does not have to be decided strictly along partisan lines.
If gun reform is to occur, we must consider the long-term implications of altering the Bill of Rights.