How the Supreme Court ‘Decided’ the State of Race in America
Could it be that our aspirations of equality must be accomplished through the old-fashioned way of living alongside one another?
Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman: Neighbors
“These two men lived blocks away from each other, a concept you may recognize as the colloquial definition of neighbor.”
ELSEWHERE: Progress and Materialism–The Hopeless Adventure
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Silver Linings in DOMA Case?
This Is Not About Gay Marriage
“It is impossible to discuss marriage policy without a robust conception of what marriage actually is.”
Whatever the Court Says About Marriage: Carry On
“Whatever happens, these cases are sure to be among the most anticipated, most observed, and most commented-on in the Court’s long history.”
Actually, That Skywire Thing Was Pretty Cool: More Than A Mere Stunt
“I’m content to admire this feat of human ability and look forward to a day when fear and injury are erased from our world.”
ELSEWHERE: Love and Marriage: Two Things We Don’t Understand
ELSEWHERE: Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope Meet for First Time
ELSEWHERE: Russia Becoming the Rightwing Dictatorship That Never Was
Bordering on Chaos: Threading The Needle With Immigration Reform
Through the PRISM: How To Submit to Authorities When They’re Spying On You
Is Arrested Development Just a Funny Show and Nothing More?
The problem is not that these critics are reading something where there is nothing; there is never “nothing”.
Peter Molyneaux’s Curiosity, Godus, and The Accidental God
“No one wants a game where a single lucky teenager sits as permanent winner with power over the rest of the players.”