Editor Ralph Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org
On any reasonable understanding, the "insurrectionist" theory of the Second Amendment is either senseless or uncontroversial.
Public school advocates need to make a case for public schools as an indivisible public benefit accruing to all of us, whether or not we have children in school.
The state is subsidizing private schools to the tune of tens of millions of dollars while shutting down a $2.6 million program of “sparsity” grants to rural public schools.
HB 123, the Parent and Teacher Empowerment Act, is just another faddish distraction from what really turns schools around: intelligence and commitment by all concerned.
We should be undertaking a massive national effort to make school buildings as nearly impenetrable as possible by armed intruders. Everything else is waste motion.
Our Second Amendment rights aren't what state legislatures, the National Rifle Association and Fox News talking heads say they are. They're what the United States Supreme Court said they are.
The widespread practice of anonymous posting on the Web may be degrading our offline interactions in the public square.
A classic problem in decision theory suggests that voluntary cooperation among Randian rational satisfaction maximizers, her libertarian ideal, is precluded by rationality itself.
Extending legal personhood to the unborn is too blunt an instrument to capture adequately our considered moral beliefs about abortion.
Amendment 1 will realize neither its supporters' fondest hopes nor its opponents' worst fears.
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