Five years later, it’s clear that the response to the Charlie Hebdo attack normalized anti-free speech ideas that have become more influential in progressive discourse
A 17-year-old accepted to Harvard claims that U.S. officials denied his visa and deported him—before reversing that decision the day before the start of classes—based only on his friends’ social media posts
Attempts by Jewish groups to stop a panel of anti-Israel speakers at UMass are misguided and bound to backfire
America needs you, now more than ever
Tired of internet conspiracy theories and vile anti-Semitism, the journalist turns his attention from Italy’s mafia to its white supremacists
A return to the early-1990s origins of victimization in identity politics, then—and now—a distraction from the real challenges of structural and institutional racism in America
The social media service seems to have selective standards of free speech, which undermine its stated rationale for letting vicious bigots continue to roam free on its platform
Why have so many Jewish leaders put their weight behind an activist whose separatist rhetoric is cloaked in the flaccid language of human rights?
Is banning the use of public money to support companies that boycott Israel unconstitutional and illegal?
Ruling has precedence; New Yorkers ‘tolerant,’ says judge
Some argue double standards are being applied in the wake of terror attacks
And if we can’t see it in theaters, it should be streamed into our homes