Posts by Luis Granados (page 9)
Rules Are for Schmucks: The Most Racist Country in the World?
One of the most hardhearted things the Trump administration has done (it’s difficult to choose) has been to slash the number of refugees (fleeing... Read More
Ahead of the Curve: Should Fake News Be Outlawed?
Read Matthew Bulger's response to this article, "Fake News Must Remain Legal," here. Shortly after the individual who shot up a church in Sutherland... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: The Privilege Zone
Last week’s Atlantic featured religion writer Emma Green’s five-thousand-word homage to RLUIPA: the federal statute that undercuts the neutrality of every local zoning code... Read More
Ahead of the Curve: Build-a-Baby
Because I’m such an expert on everything, most of my articles end with an emphatic period. This one ends with a troubled question mark.... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Voting on Vouchers
Political pundits will be scouring next Tuesday’s off-year election results for clues about the national mood toward President Trump and the chances for Republicans... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Hollow Victory in Parsonage Case
First the good news: the secular team just won a victory in court, declaring part of the “parsonage exemption” in the federal tax code... Read More
Ahead of the Curve: Cross-Examining AI
All self-respecting articles about artificial intelligence (AI) must start with AlphaGo, the AI that just trounced the human champion at the Chinese game of... Read More