Historically, privacy has rarely been a priority. Frequently it's a luxury. For most people, it hasn't been possible at all.
We were promised Star Trek; instead we got Wall-E.
Eric Cantor and his ilk are right: Taxpayers shouldn't pay for research that doesn't benefit the public.
It was a joint venture with the Tea Party Express. But was there anything about this debate different from other Republican ones?
Candidates get only a few seconds to parse complex issues. Can technology change the format and rescue us from sound bites?
Busing experiments taught us about the conditions needed to overcome conflict. Too bad none of them exist in Congress.