The best of "Can We Still Govern?" from 2022
(In)Flexible Savings Accounts: The tax deduction that is actually a tax on your time
What will be the new normal for public health insurance after the Public Health Emergency ends?
Elon Musk would like to sell you a used conspiracy theory
The administrative state of the Empire
The best democracy that money can buy
How Trumpism is making public service toxic
Three reasons to worry about Elon Musk at Twitter
Can we tell a different story about campus speech?
What I wrote in the NYT about student debt forgiveness
Sneak preview: The Biden student loan forgiveness process is good!
Republican elites killed their own followers
A Herschel Walker campaign implosion explainer
How to think about social science and governing
Of ‘Welfare Queens’ and ‘Poor Carinas’
72 hours in Portland, ME
From Access Hollywood to Anti-Statism
My disastrous entry into travel writing
What you need to know about Schedule F
How the January 6th Committee ended Josh Hawley's national ambitions
Debunking the false comparisons between European and American abortion policies
GOP populism is hurting the teaching profession
The courts as an instrument of American decline
The rot runs deeper
The Deconstruction of the Administrative State is Proceeding Judiciously
Why is American administrative capacity in decline?
Anatomy of a fake
Student loan forgiveness could become the next Obamacare website
Bureaucrats blew the whistle on excessive fines on the poor and disabled: they were fired and demoted by a Trump appointee
Mainstreaming a murderer's manifesto
Why do we tolerate administrative burdens?
Transforming the Paperwork Reduction Act to tackle administrative burden
Twelve lessons from the book banners
Mike Lee and a Little Light Treason
How the tax preparation industry killed free e-filing
The New McCarthyism
Rick Scott's midterm plan is nuts
The QAnoning of our political discourse
Fetishizing campus debate
Hello from the other side of COVID
How the bogus election audits serve to undermine democracy
The matching-to-categories problem
How to think about administrative burdens embedded in new voting laws
"At least it's an ethos"
The purposes of the new education "transparency" bills
Little Big Lies
A year on, the coup plotters are winning