For Cleveland Sports, There Is No 2016

In a few hours the Cavaliers will do something no Cleveland team has ever done: enter the playoffs as favorites to win a title. Of course, this is no small challenge. Standing in their way are two likely matchups in the Eastern Conference that could bruise (Chicago) and befuddle (Atlanta), although almost certainly not beat, […]

Separating Society from the State

Political polarization is as high as it has ever been. According to Pew, “Republicans and Democrats are more divided among ideological lines – and partisan antipathy is deeper and more extensive – than at any point in the last two decades.” The press and punditry largely blame this on two things: gerrymandering (1) and poor […]