Tag Archives: civil liberties

Painful Questions

How do we talk about the Boston marathon murders in a way that acknowledges the suffering and the evil, yet also places them within the broader perspective of suffering and evil that the human race has experienced, and is currently … Continue reading

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The Myth of Second Amendment Exceptionalism

This is my TIME.com column on the Sandy Hook massacre. It’s a version of the piece I posted here a couple days ago. It’s a familiar drill for millions of travelers: bare feet shuffling on a cold floor, belt off, … Continue reading

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