The odds that I will agree with David Bernstein over Dahlia Lithwick are…not good, but in this case Bernstein is right. I’ve been trying to condense the paper I presented at WPSA earlier t
Krugman makes a good case. And, yes, the idea that the “messaging” from someone no non-professional pays any attention to is more important than their ability to do the job is absurd, even
“Comedian” Tim Slagle wrote a post slagging Morrissey for calling the Chinese a “subspecies” for “their” treatment of animals. I’m with Slagle on the condemna
I think an ad campaign like this is just what the United Nations needs to get the US to pay its dues. Or to fulfill pledges to fund the Millennium Development Goals. Or to galvanize public support for
In convenient video form: Hyde: The Status Quo Is Not OK from Center for Reproductive Rights on Vimeo. Share
Joshua Busby has a new book out on transnational campaigns that might be the best new contribution to the advocacy networks literature since Keck and Sikkink’s original Activists Beyond Borders.
I strongly recommend Dahlia Lithwick’s article on the pending execution of Teresa Lewis, which covers some of the same issues of paternalism and the law I alluded to yesterday. I don’t bel
It’s hard to argue against the proposition that Peretz benefits from one. Share