Legalizing Sexual Harassment and Legislating Rape Republican Statehouses Declare War on Women

One easily predictable but generally unexpected result of the 2010 Republican sweep of statehouses around the country has been a plethora of angry man-boy legislators transforming their contempt for women into legislation. In Arizona, the... Read More

Going Anti-Postal What kind of nation won’t fund a Post Office?

There was a time not too long ago when mantles lined with Christmas cards were as ubiquitous as Christmas trees, when birthdays bestowed us with similar arrays, when the letter carrier would regularly visit our... Read More

A Dangerous Groundswell

Attention to the issue of sex trafficking in the United States has risen dramatically over the last few years to the point of a moral panic. As defined by the Department of Health and Human... Read More

A Free Speech Challenge for Parents

Should a thirteen-year-old be able to purchase a school-shooting simulator without parents’ knowledge or consent? The Supreme Court says that freedom of speech requires they do have that opportunity. On June 27, in a 7-2... Read More

Stop Saying “Same-Sex” Marriage

On July 24 New York became the sixth state to offer officially recognized marriage licenses to same-sex couples; but it didn’t recognize same-sex marriage. Why? Because there is no such thing. Though we hear these... Read More