October 03, 2013
Everyone is talking about the president, even though he is a cerebral, aloof guy. His wife is glam (her enemies say, too glam). There are troubles abroad, and deadlock on Capitol Hill. (Illustration by Paul Windle | OPED by Richard Brookhiser)

Everyone is talking about the president, even though he is a cerebral, aloof guy. His wife is glam (her enemies say, too glam). There are troubles abroad, and deadlock on Capitol Hill(Illustration by Paul Windle | OPED by Richard Brookhiser)

April 15, 2013
As a physician, I am glad for the mobile health-monitoring applications that allow me to help my patients sleep better, exercise better and eat better. Yet I was a little offended when I learned of a new wristband monitor that prods doctors to wash their hands when they enter a patient’s room. (Illustration by Paul Windle | OPED by Ford Vox)

As a physician, I am glad for the mobile health-monitoring applications that allow me to help my patients sleep better, exercise better and eat better. Yet I was a little offended when I learned of a new wristband monitor that prods doctors to wash their hands when they enter a patient’s room. (Illustration by Paul Windle | OPED by Ford Vox)

January 17, 2013
Now that we know Lance Armstrong doped, it’s time to move past the sanctimony and outrage and proceed with a more sensible conversation about drugs and sports. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Column by Jonathan Mahler)

Now that we know Lance Armstrong doped, it’s time to move past the sanctimony and outrage and proceed with a more sensible conversation about drugs and sports. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Column by Jonathan Mahler)

November 19, 2012
Once the FBI saw that it had uncovered an extramarital affair, not an affair of state, the agency should have reined in that rogue topless agent and called it a day. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

Once the FBI saw that it had uncovered an extramarital affair, not an affair of state, the agency should have reined in that rogue topless agent and called it a day. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

March 12, 2012
Part 4: Logic of finance can banish corruption. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)

Part 4: Logic of finance can banish corruption. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)

March 07, 2012
Part 3: Don’t resent the rich — Just fix the tax code! (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)

Part 3: Don’t resent the rich — Just fix the tax code! (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)

March 06, 2012
Part 2: Finance isn’t actually as sleazy as it seems. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)

Part 2: Finance isn’t actually as sleazy as it seems. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)

March 05, 2012
Part 1: Even Walt Whitman had to make a living. Self-promotion and the acquisition of wealth is no crime. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)

Part 1: Even Walt Whitman had to make a living. Self-promotion and the acquisition of wealth is no crime. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Op-Ed by Robert Shiller on Bloomberg View)