Beyond forming the basis to deny American identity to certain groups, English-only laws neglect the unique contributions of Americans from different backgrounds.
If they don’t want protests, universities need to give students more input on their commencement speakers.
The president didn’t just want the FBI to stop investigating his friend Mike Flynn. He wanted it to arrest journalists.
Some see Putin’s Russia as a counterweight to U.S. global meddling. But Moscow is increasingly mimicking Washington’s worst behavior.
Not 50 new laws. Fifty new crimes. That’s criminal.
Does anyone — ever — deserve to be harassed, hounded, or murdered for expressing an opinion, however egregious?
We’re a diverse nation of many religions and each has the same rights as any other group, including the right to be left alone.
The ongoing bonanza in the U.S. hydraulic fracturing industry marks a dangerous misstep on the road to U.S. energy independence.
Join Split This Rock and Foreign Policy in Focus, a project of the Institute for Policy Studies, as we give voice to some of those poets for one day. We’ll take a short walk to the embassies of three countries — Yemen, Burma,… and Turkmenistan — where citizens have no right to free speech, where poets, writers, and other freedom lovers have been threatened, arrested, and murdered for their words and their activism.
However much he’s pushing the envelope, Pastor Terry Jones has the freedom to offend Islam.
Odd but true, the Republic of Cameroon has been heralded by the international community as one of the most stable nations in the highly charged and politically destabilized Central African region.