Recent surveys suggest the American love of free speech is waning.
Who gets to decide when breaking the rules is OK?
There are many grounds upon which to oppose FGCs, but the language we use to discuss the practice may actually encourage it.
One last hold-out from a time when it made more sense to build things to last.
Taking a second look at a recent Pew survey.
And what does it have to do with the largest refugee crisis since World War II?
Assuming an armed person is harmless when he is, in fact, dangerous, could well be the last mistake someone ever makes. But the default setting for gun laws in the United States assumes just that.