Reason/Soho Forum debate featuring John McWhorter and Nikhil Singh in New York on Wednesday, November 14
Living constitutionalists argue that their methodology allows us to improve constitutional law over time. But what if it actually makes it worse? Legal scholar Ernest Young raises that very question in an important new article.
The officer was caught on video threatening to plant a "kilo of coke" in another teen's pocket.
During a forum at a high school, a Rhode Island candidate for attorney general compared the term to an extreme racial epithet and called it "a curse to my people."
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says if the report is true, the sheriff "must resign."
"If you surround yourself with white supremacists and Nazis, then you’re telling me that you’re one of them," Winsome Sears tells
Happy birthday to the Sage of Baltimore, who would never have tolerated his white nationalist fanboys.
But that’s the story major news sites used.
A judge sides with a Brown University student who says the Title IX process was unfair and discriminatory.
"Okay, officially, I now hate white people" is a gross statement that deserves First Amendment protection.
Opponents of charter schools often claim that school choice will segregate K-12 education. Sumter County, Alabama proves them wrong.
The language police have come for the space geeks.
Anti-immigrant fearmongers of demographic doom proved wrong in the 19th and 20th centuries, and today's will be no different.
A bioethicist argues that the genetic testing company is fostering pseudoscientific bigotry by urging customers to pick a soccer team based on their ancestry.
It's mostly a sign of progress, especially when paired with policy reforms that are helping African Americans.
The show navigated a fascinating complicated world of ideological diversity. Its star was not so adept.
Friday A/V Club: The boxer who just got a posthumous presidential pardon was a central figure in one of the first battles over movie censorship.
"For the safety of students of color"
"Mexican culture cannot be reduced to tacos, oversized sombreros and piñatas." True, but those shouldn't be off-limits either.