Last week, a group of booksellers and others who publish materials on the Internet asked a federal court in Louisiana to halt a criminal law
Certain four letter words – and longer ones with similar connotations – just don’t have the punch they once did. “Damn,” for example. Clark Gable’s
While having tea at my parents’ house yesterday afternoon, my father shared with me some unsettling news about the undergraduate and graduate students in his
With the New Year quickly approaching, now is the time for annual polls and lists, including my least favorite type: the facetious “banished” words lists.
On Tuesday, November 6th, Americans will decide who should be in charge of the robots. I am referencing a 1974 letter by the famous and now
As I discussed in two posts during Banned Books Week, I believe in making current First Amendment law in the United States more robust so