Using accusations of ‘disinformation’ to suppress scientific criticism, steer media coverage, and silence political opponents is not part of the operating system of a free society
How to make our public commons accountable to more than a few controlling shareholders
And can white people suffer racial discrimination under federal law? The questions are more complex, and unsettled, than they may appear.
The case of notorious internet troll ‘Ricky Vaughn’
Attempts by Jewish groups to stop a panel of anti-Israel speakers at UMass are misguided and bound to backfire
A sitting American justice from the state of the Pittsburgh massacre speaks out on First Amendment rights, Christchurch, and the dangers of a pivotal moment in our history
The legal case that yeshiva educational standards are unconstitutional is gaining influence even as it loses in the courts, and could have far-reaching consequences
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
For Banned Books Week, a perfume company is selling scents tied to landmark events in censorship, both of which involved prominent Jewish figures
Is banning the use of public money to support companies that boycott Israel unconstitutional and illegal?
Ruling has precedence; New Yorkers ‘tolerant,’ says judge
Why have Jews in the U.K. never won a reported discrimination case against non-Jewish defendants?
A lawsuit against New York’s ‘oral suction’ law is misguided—and would backfire against the ultra-Orthodox
Don’t blame a YouTube movie for ‘inciting’ the mob that killed the U.S. ambassador. Blame the killers.
What a character named Adolf Critler means for the future of video games and the First Amendment
Henry Miller had complicated feelings about Jews, but his works wouldn’t have reached American audiences without them
Liberals, ADL concerned about symbol on public land