The facts are complicated, but does that excuse major news outlets from getting it all wrong?
With new legislation, the state of Massachusetts has a chance to take the lead in protecting individual privacy
Asking Rupert Murdoch to sanction the conservative pundit won't get the Jewish community very far
During Tuesday's address the president's metaphorical language, intended to unite the country, fell flat
The banality of the Chuck Turner case hints at the banality of dictatorial prosecutors with minimal regard for the rule of law
Why aren't people more enraged over the intentional government misconduct that leads to imprisonment and ruins innocent people's lives?
The Chair of the Department of Homeland Security wants to prohibit any economic activity involving Assange and his documents
Just as we shouldn't strive to prohibit violent rhetoric, we shouldn't refrain from criticizing it
Common sense answers some questions for us—but not all of them
The newly elected Tea Partiers have started their terms by reading the founding document aloud
Since the Supreme Court changed its guidelines five years ago, sentence disparities have increased
The American government says: if you're mad at your neighbor, tell your local constabulary that he acts like a terrorist
The House Judiciary Committee will begin holding the Assange hearings this week
Power demonstrations over WikiLeaks have dismissed any illusion that the Internet is a frontier free from control
The advocates are proposing an amendment that would allow Congress and the states to regulate political speech by any corporate entity
Why the The Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act of 2010 is an entirely gratuitous bill
Should freedom of speech include the right to offend?
Charles Krauthamer offers a novel solution to invasive TSA screenings: racial profiling
In his comments to the Chamber of Commerce, the Massachusetts Senator considered all other issues less important than tax cuts
The Obama Administration defends extending the Bush Tax cuts