Carmen Callil was likely suffering from ideologically inspired illiteracy when she quit the Booker International Prize panel because the author won the award
The hotel's atmosphere and cleaning practices likely would not have prohibited the French politician from entrapping a maid within his room
America's wars on drugs and terror have left its citizens with little recourse against a system that serves not its people so much as those in power
Would prosecuting him in court have been politically impossible?
Why Obama can't argue with a reality-show businessman who relies on bombast and subjectivity
New legislation meant to protect college women from sexual violence goes too far in attacking freedoms and defining "healthy" relationships
You can't logically oppose the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which protects orientation and gender-identity rights, without opposing the Civil Rights Act
Why we shouldn't be too quick to judge the Mass. senator for not naming his alleged molester more than 40 years later
Feminism once included defense of free expression, but recent complaints at Yale confirm that today's version prefers censorship to standing up
Two recent cases ask whether corporations and the government are liable for employee misconduct. How fair will the Court be?
Recent actions in favor of keeping students "safe" may be hurting free expression
Two laws recently passed by the New York City Council and the South Dakota legislature illustrate the double-talk
The general public doesn't have the time, energy, resources, or inclination to delve into details of big complex issues—and the truth can vanish
Our Placater-in-Chief's could learn a thing or two from his morning conference on bullying
From banning Sharia law to banning abortion, the religious right is back in force—and right when we're vulnerable to demagoguery
The civil right was first born 10 years ago in New England, in ceremonies both momentous and matter-of-fact
"Real men don't get on the couch"? With today's Republicans, think again.
Publications routinely and successfully demand that freelancer writers give up all rights in their work in order to be published
The American Civil Liberties Union continues a drift toward progressivism, which is not always friendly to civil liberty
A Washington Post columnist persists in her gaffe, despite all evidence to the contrary