While Prigozhin's gambit ended ingloriously, more attention has been drawn to the episode's meaning for Vladimir Putin.
Trump is resilient. Every day, he luxuriates in free publicity generously provided by all major media outlets.
Across the corporate world, the lesson is clear. Messaging support for radical ideologies antagonizes far more Americans than it attracts.
From the progressive Left, the message is clear: If you are a New Yorker, particularly a white New Yorker, you have virtually no right to self-defense.
It is not difficult to imagine that an Ivy League degree will soon do little more than identify its holder as incompetent and emotionally fragile.
Bragg's case against Trump is facially absurd.
Xi has little to fear from Washington, which is on the defensive vis-à-vis Beijing in the Pacific.
Even as insolvency loomed, SVB still pledged "at least $5 billion in loans, investments, and other financing to support sustainability efforts."
Facing massive criticism, Biden only ordered the balloon's elimination after it had finished its historic journey.
Like virtually all fields of study, medical education is now subject to deconstruction for its supposed "systemic racism."
The real question should be why such an individual served in a fairly high-level government post in the first place.
Louisiana and Missouri also removed substantial amounts of capital from BlackRock's management, while five states have placed restrictions on ESG investments.
After the 2020 elections, concerns about election integrity drew little concern.
Unsurprisingly, Lula's victory in the presidential runoff was immediately proclaimed and declared sacrosanct.
These October duds may not be the last gasps of the Left, but they do not augur well for Democrats' chances in November.
It is entirely possible that Putin is seeking a peace deal that will allow him to declare victory at home.
Former President Barack Obama's Martha's Vineyard property alone reportedly has 10 bedrooms.
Florida conservatism found a revealing new outlet in county-level school board elections.
Like so much else in the Biden administration, public reaction suggests a serious backfire in the works.
If the totalitarian forces at work in our society can do this to a tenured professor of law at an Ivy League university, they can do it to anyone.
As Title IX became a fact of campus life in the 2010s, commentators across the political spectrum objected to having a secret police govern sexual activity in educational institutions.
"Relieved, excited, free!" the distinguished constitutional law scholar Ilya Shapiro told me when I asked him how he felt after resigning from Georgetown University's Center for the Constitution.
Some have hailed Shapiro's apparent triumph over cancel culture, but the outcome is, as he describes it, at best a "technical victory."
Regardless of the legal outcome, Professor Katz can take comfort in Princeton's grotesque myopia.