December 12, 2013
The administration could have avoided losing money in the Detroit bailout. (Commentary by James Sherk | Illustration by Clay Hickson)

The administration could have avoided losing money in the Detroit bailout. (Commentary by James Sherk | Illustration by Clay Hickson)

October 02, 2013
Some legislators who vote in lockstep with the NRA might eventually see a path to an agreement on common-sense measures, mental health and, yes, gun control. (Illustration by Clay Hickson | OPED by Craig R. Whitney)

Some legislators who vote in lockstep with the NRA might eventually see a path to an agreement on common-sense measures, mental health and, yes, gun control. (Illustration by Clay Hickson | OPED by Craig R. Whitney)

July 18, 2013




If Congress does not rise to the challenge of fixing American elections — and given its current dysfunction, it may not — the hard work of election reform will fall to the states.  (Illustration by Clay Hickson  | OPED by Adam Cohen)

If Congress does not rise to the challenge of fixing American elections — and given its current dysfunction, it may not — the hard work of election reform will fall to the states.  (Illustration by Clay Hickson  | OPED by Adam Cohen)

July 17, 2013
It takes no specialized knowledge to understand that a five-hour wait to vote is unacceptable. (Illustration by Clay Hickson | OPED by Adam Cohen) 

It takes no specialized knowledge to understand that a five-hour wait to vote is unacceptable. (Illustration by Clay Hickson OPED by Adam Cohen) 

November 29, 2012
For once, the endlessly maligned BCS system seems to have worked. (Illustration by Clay Hickson | Column by Jonathan Mahler)

For once, the endlessly maligned BCS system seems to have worked. (Illustration by Clay Hickson | Column by Jonathan Mahler)

August 02, 2012
The euro crisis isn’t Angela Merkel’s fault. The real culprits are its founding fathers, who created a common currency based on poor economics and worse politics. (Illustration by Clay Hickson | Business Class by Luigi Zingales on Bloomberg View)

The euro crisis isn’t Angela Merkel’s fault. The real culprits are its founding fathers, who created a common currency based on poor economics and worse politics. (Illustration by Clay Hickson | Business Class by Luigi Zingales on Bloomberg View)