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  • The Long History of Hate Speech

    by M. Alison Kibler

    The terms have changed, from racial ridicule to group libel and then hate speech, but the regulation of hate speech stands out as twentieth century tradition, not a new culture war.


  • This Is What Right-to-Work Means

    by Elizabeth Tandy Shermer

    “Right to work” sounds benign, if not all-American. It is in fact malignant, not just for organized labor, but also a state’s economic health.


  • Valentines Day and the Bible

    by David Carr

    The celebration of human love in Genesis 2, apart from any emphasis on reproduction, turns out to be remarkably forward looking.


  • Why Measles Continues to Plague Us

    by Peter Doherty

    There is no virtue in ignorance, especially in deliberate ignorance that can compromise the wellbeing of children, says this Nobel Prize winner.

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