Magdi Semrau writes about the politics of language, science and medicine for the Editorial Board. She has researched child language development and published in the New York Academy of Sciences. Born and raised in Alaska, she can be found @magi_jay.
It shouldn’t be negative and we should be proud.
As they did with President Lyndon Johnson’s agenda, the press corps should inform the electorate about the existential battle at hand.
We should worry less about the ravings of anti-vaxxers obsessed with microchips, and more about the falsehoods that, enjoying a patina of scientific authority, are harder to identify and harder to correct.
For covid, time for sticks, not carrots.
They were made for each other.
Sorting the reachable from the unreachable.
Learning is a threat to the modern GOP, writes Magdi Semrau.
Magdi Semrau explains three ways “anti-woke” critics get social reform wrong.
His essay in The Atlantic argues against itself, writes Magdi Semrau.
Magdi Semrau explains why the GOP loves a do-nothing Congress.