While recognizing the general principle that prisoners, even in Afghanistan, ought to have some contact with the outside world, I have to question the wisdom of allowing this: This month’s spect
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Now you know: Social equality should not mean that blacks can take pride in any part of history they choose (even if their self-proclaimed leaders such as Nelson Mandela and Malcolm X were murderers),
Stories like this make Jon Stewart’s and Stephen Colbert’s jobs too easy. Larry Craig and David Vitter have just co-sponsored the “Marriage Protection Amendment” — a law
I have to agree with Noah; the evidence for inter-service tension between the Army and the Air Force in this article is largely inferential. Shanker relates some anecdotes about Army frustration with
Great point by Sandy Levinson: If one had any reason to believe that either Scalia or Stevens was a competent historian, then perhaps it would be worth reading the pages they write. But they are not.
If you’re not reading David Axe, you should be. So what’s happening, and why should you care? In a world increasingly inhabited by the homeless and displaced, Chad is the worst-case scenario.