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Thought And Crime

On July 1, 2007, Satendar Singh, a 26-year-old Sikh American was attacked by a group of six men while enjoying an early Independence Day picnic with...

Candor And Civility

Academic freedom, as an idea and as a way of life, has entered its second century in a moment of political, economic, and military turmoil with distinct...

The Word Unchained

Screening books and other materials available to prison inmates on the basis of their potential to incite violence and for sexually explicit content has...

The Man on the White Horse!

Time for the cavalry? Since 9/11 it seems we've been living out a darker model of action. Sort of like the ill-famed charge of the Light Brigade in the...

True to Soul Liberty

For over two centuries, our nation has enjoyed the liberties envisioned by such Founding Fathers as Madison, Jefferson, Adams, and Franklin. Our...

No Pictures, Please

Legislation requiring photo identification of all drivers, passed in 2003 by the Alberta government, may soon see the demise of a small agrarian sector...

A Church-State Judgement Call

On Monday, October 1, 2007, six Supreme Court justices attended the 54th Annual "Red Mass" at the Cathedral of St. Matthew, and there is reason to feel...

Pray Tell

If it were possible for a politician to sue voters for religious discrimination, Mitt Romney would have an open-and-shut case against the Republican...

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