Dagmar Rita Myslinska (Charlotte): Racist Racism: Complicating Whiteness through the Privilege and Discrimination of Westerners in Japan. Kieran Setiya (Pittsburgh): The Mid-Life Crisis (“Argues that philosophy can solve the mid-life crisis”) Guido Franzinetti (UNIPMN): “Nazional-Popolare”: A Footnote on the Lexicon of Nationalism. No, Bernie Sanders should not run for president: Charles Davis on why his challenge is a waste of time. It’s time to recognize that we negotiate with terrorists, just like everyone else does. Most conservatives aren't arguing that the U.S. should have left Bowe Bergdahl behind, but it's the inescapable conclusion of their opportunistic critique. Conservatives are searching for new reasons not to save the planet. Max Ehrenfreund on how coal companies have bigger problems than the Obama administration. From ThinkProgress, one day after U.S. announces emissions target, China says carbon cap is on the way; and Josh Israel on how major companies distance themselves from U.S. Chamber of Commerce campaign against Obama’s climate plan. Neil deGrasse Tyson reveals his grand theory of climate change denialism: People will finally believe the science when they begin to lose their wealth. That’s a mighty nice climate change plan, America, but now the question is: Will it survive 2016? Noah Smith on five more ways to fight global warming. When driverless cars crash, who’s to blame? Brian Fung on how the rise of autonomous vehicles creates a tricky legal gray area. Michaele L. Ferguson reviews Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work by Melissa Gira Grant. Robert Darnton on how a world digital library is coming true. Impeach Barack Obama: Allen B. West on how his unilateral negotiations with terrorists represent high crimes and misdemeanors.