France made headlines this past week when a small town decided to ban body-covering swimwear known as “burkinis” from its beaches under the guise of security concerns.
Is the progressive movement to reform our criminal justice system and make it more humane at odds with the equally progressive desire to more aggressively punish rapists?
When TIME magazine notices that online hatred and trolling are serious problems, you know they’ve hit the mainstream.
Around the time the Black Lives Matter movement began in earnest, so too did a national discussion on ways to monitor police officers and moderate their behavior. One of those measures was to develop widespread use of body cameras by police. Thus far, this policy has been largely a failure.
In the United States, a common argument surrounding the Civil War is that it was unnecessary because slavery was dying out on its own. Economically unviable in the face of industrialization, it would have gone extinct on its own. But is this true?
What can we learn about life and work from a bunch of little white and red beads mixed together? Quite a bit, actually.
Social media service Twitter took the rare step this week of permanently banning Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos, after years of abhorrent behavior.
Don’t believe the hype: the tech industry isn’t suffering a “pipeline problem.” It’s a culture problem.
This is one of those rare occasions where I’ll get personal in order to make a broader point.
Yesterday, an open letter on identity politics, to and from the Left was put up on Medium. From there, the #WeAreTheLeft hashtag was spawned. But none of this is as simple as it seems.