Today's “right to life” rhetoric is a bizarre cross between the theological imperative to be fruitful and multiply and the fetishism of microbiological cellular promise.
Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law puts the threshold for self-defense so low that major questions in this case will likely go unanswered.
Some political operatives are seeking to drive wedges between us by literally telling white America that Black intellectuals want them dead.
The GOP panders to racists, and liberals are blamed for a “neurotic” obsession with race.
The NBA point-guard phenom has sparked a national discussion about racism against Asian-Americans.
How can it be that the “richest Jew in the world” can buy the foreign policy of a major party’s presidential contender and “the Jews” have somehow escaped the blame?
The authors of Arizona’s new law want to collapse Latino identity into white American mythology.
More than a quarter of African-Americans live in poverty. During Black History Month, we should speak truthfully about the economic legacy that drives this inequality.
In today’s media climate, it’s much easier to smear critics of the push for war on Iran as “anti-Semites” than to deal honestly with the facts.