Free Speech Aflame: The Humanist Interview with Greg Lukianoff

Greg Lukianoff is the president of FIRE—the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. FIRE is a nonprofit educational foundation that supports free expression, academic freedom, and due process at U.S. colleges and universities. His book, Unlearning Liberty: Campus Censorship and the End of American Debate, was published in October 2012,...

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Teach the Children War

The National Museum of American History, and a billionaire who’s funded a permanent exhibit there, would like you to know that the United States is going to need more wars if we want freedom. Never mind...

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