Do you fail to live according to your beliefs? You might not be a bad person. Read why in my most recent piece in The Washington Post.
By me, for The Washington Post. Read the rest here. Read the rest here.
We need a flag that stands for all the things progressives think is great about America. In my most recent essay, I cast about for a solution. In case you missed it . . . Read the rest at The Washington Post.
A few years ago, in honor of my daughter’s tenth birthday, I posted an essay I recorded years earlier about what a good thing it is to be able to choose whether or not to have a child. I wish it were completely out of date instead of desperately relevant. https://soundcloud.com/katecohen/a-good-thing
I’m not saying he is. I’m just asking him not to. Check it out at The Washington Post. Read the rest at The Washington Post.
The most recent ruling on whether it’s constitutional to have “In God We Trust” as our national motto came in late August, from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. You can read it if you want, but I should warn you, the plaintiff list alone will make your eyes glaze over: New Doe Child #1;… Continue reading Precedent
Dear Mr. Miranda, The morning after the election I made my husband get up with the kids. I couldn’t face them. They were not innocents: they knew about North Carolina’s bathroom law and the dangers of driving while black. But they are children of the Obama era: they’ve grown up believing that the forces of… Continue reading Dear Mr. Miranda: A Thank-You Note
On a call home from The Mountain School—a semester program for high school juniors—my son Noah complained about a committee he had joined to decide how the student body should talk about the coming election. The conclusion: delicately. “It was ridiculous,” he said. “I’m sorry but it was just so politically correct.” The “I’m sorry” was… Continue reading Donald Trump’s Elusive Frenemy