What determines who we listen to in public discourse? And how should our system of government affect said discourse? This article explores how we should continue national discussions of sexual assault allegations.
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The way words are received is not merely a matter of the speaker's intent. And the words spoken by government officials operate differently than those of everyday citizens.
No taxation without representation? Many still have no way of having their political voice recognized.
Calls for Senators Cruz and Hawley to resign are only growing louder, but of what wrong might they be guilty?
Even if Twitter has the technical right to ban Donald Trump from its service, should it?
In November, Utah voters made medical marijuana legal with a ballot measure. However, legislation is already underway to restrict it.
The value of the impeachment hearings extends well beyond the immediate political horizon. It is not a tool in service of a particular end, but a communicative symbol to the world.
The harm principle represents the standard for judging others' speech, but it can't tell us what punishment is appropriate or separate good faith from bad faith dialog.
The obligations of a democratic citizen extend beyond registering a presidential preference every four years.