The law, passed in 1993 with near-unanimous support, has become an excuse for bigotry, superstition and sectarianism.
by Katha Pollitt
With liberal hopes dashed in Washington, political energy is gathering in cities, where social change is actually possible.
On paper, the influence-peddling business is drying up. But lobbying money is flooding into Washington, DC, like never before. What’s going on?
US attorney Preet Bharara has warned the governor that he could be investigated for obstruction of justice.
Young Americans’ fondness for high-tech innovation could suit our need to shake up the political system.
The Roberts court has expanded First Amendment protections to such an extent that strikes, pickets, and boycotts should be protected as free speech.