The Kate Steinle verdict is the Right’s turn to be outraged after an acquittal because they were never warned about the weaknesses of the actual case.
What most people haven’t realized yet is the extent to which Donald Trump’s election victory is the unintended legacy of President Obama.
If we want members of the Black Lives Matter movement to listen to our concerns about abortion, we must listen to theirs on police brutality.
There’s a curious pattern as to when the media want to have a conversation about overheated political rhetoric leading to violence and when they don’t.
During a Thursday campaign speech, Hillary Clinton said it’s time to be honest and acknowledge that black people in hoodies can be scary.
2015 is a busy year for media-generated outrage. Recognizing the methods early can help beat back the messaging.
The Eric Garner case is a reminder that government is force, and more government equals more force.
The Obama administration is training people to protest against police, then investigating the police for their response.
We could use some of John Adams’s wisdom in Ferguson, Missouri.
One of the most troubling aspects of modern racial discourse is how it often it rests upon the assumption that “society” makes nearly everyone racist.
Conservatives have a particular distaste for special pleading, so they often call for a “colorblind” society. That’s unrealistic.
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