Free speech deserves protection, even when it's in the service of hate. Published March 31 2010
The ugly reaction to Ann Coulter was just another manifestation of fundamentalist thinking. Published March 25 2010
The magic of the written word Published March 24 2010
Rueful thoughts on the health care debate Published March 22 2010
The problem isn't that organs might be for sale someday; the problem is that you can't buy one today. Published March 19 2010
It isn't time for a trade war with China. Published March 18 2010
"Deem and pass" isn't unprecedented, it's just bad governance. Published March 17 2010
Taxing health plans is a good idea for consumers, unless your objective is to raise money. Published March 16 2010
Forget the new century; a lot of us would be happy to have better cell and internet service from the end of the last one. Published March 15 2010
The DOJ decision on Bybee and Yoo doesn't put questions about torture to rest. Published March 12 2010
You're not as in control as you think you are. You never are. Published March 8 2010
Tiger Woods was never a hero; it was foolish ever to think him one. Published March 3 2010
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