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It would constrain some of the worst excesses of the Patriot Act, but it doesn’t go nearly far enough.
Along with hundreds of others, Geremy Faulkner was swept up in one of the haphazard mass arrests that are overwhelming the courts.
High school students and teachers are embracing civil disobedience—and learning the repercussions.
How J. Edgar Hoover’s paranoid view of literature led him to target African-American writers.
I have a sentimental attachment to journals of political satire as unique and effective instruments of criticism.
The French magazine is blasphemous—and isn’t that an honorable thing to be?
The criminal-justice system is set up never to jail police. Could restorative justice serve communities better?
A more apt comparison would be between the surviving staff of the satirical magazine and the brave abortion providers who carried on after the murder of Dr. George Tiller.
From Ferguson to Baltimore, the message is clear: protest at your peril.
The fallout from the Edward Snowden fiasco wasn’t just political—it was largely economic.