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The Right to Look Your Judge in the Eye

Equality is found in the brute fact that we are individual, embodied human beings.

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What U. of Chicago Activists Are Complaining About

They do have a point.

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Our Newfound Sympathy for Addicts

Why was the crack epidemic treated differently?

Welfare Reform, 20 Years Later

A success, but not an unqualified one.

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Last Days for White Protestants?

Loss of primacy of place is not the same thing as extinction.

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Community Policing Meets Algorithmic Surveillance

Does just law enforcement require separation from communal passions?

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Criminalizing Entrepreneurs

The regulatory state is also a prison state.


The Federalists’ Revenge

Not all the Founders were for limited government.

Does Pre-Crime Have a Race Problem?

There are issues to debate with crime-prediction algorithms, but let’s not demand the impossible.

A Mind-Boggling Divide Over Police Shootings

The chasm may be much, much deeper than I thought.

The End of Political Conversions?

The scope of political controversy has narrowed considerably since the end of the Cold War.

Who Are the Ex-Conservatives?

Perhaps it is easier to move right than left.

Why I Am a Conservative Leftist

I’m attracted to progress, but wary of too much disruption.

How to Save the Millennial Faith?

Five appeals we can make to Christianity

Heroin and the Ferguson Effect

Is the drug to blame for rising crime?

In Search of Fascism

It’s become an all-purpose pejorative—but is not necessarily a creature of the counterrevolutionary right.

Can Good Guys Kill?

Applying new data to a very old question.