I work as a felony prosecutor in a town where methamphetamine is our biggest narcotics problem. I’m also a big fan of Breaking Bad, but whenever I ask colleagues (particularly law-enforcement officers) whether they’ve been …
What’s the point of living longer if we don’t live better?
The Office of the First Lady is a boondoggle and an offense to women. Let’s shut it down.
Save us from the tyranny of blandly uplifting celebrities
And efforts to re-engineer the young-male imagination are doomed to fail
Catholic doctrine still vilifies homosexuality, and no amount of priestly “love” makes that okay
Is the Duchess of Cambridge prepared for the post-partum quarterbacking?
The President took a political risk because the spiritual and moral risk of not speaking to black pain was too great
In the end, “Stand your ground” played a small role in George Zimmerman’s acquittal, but it could pose a big risk to Trayvon Martin’s family if they pursue a civil trial
Criminal trials are not very good at deciding whether a defendant is actually innocent — or whether racial profiling is a problem in our country
People are hoping for a Zimmerman conviction as a symbol of black grievance, and while that grievance is legitimate, that’s not justice
The press sometimes described his condition in great detail, and LIFE even published a picture of him in a wheelchair
The assumption that there will be violence if Zimmerman is acquitted runs counter to recent history