Can the show maintain its critical edge while offering controversial figures a platform?
Does the public have any overriding interest in knowing every sordid detail concerning the lives of the rich and famous?
Hume cautions us about believing others when their claims are unbelievable.
Superheroes are the embodiment a host of norms and ideals that say a lot (deliberately or not) about what we think and believe.
Focusing public attention on any one thing inevitably means exercising discretion. How does one wield it responsibly?
Our addiction to cheap, disposable clothing is unsustainable, and the bill is coming due.
Is there a basic truth, fundamental fact, or obvious lesson that might be hiding behind all this pettiness?
Can this kind of intentional interference be defended as legitimate activism?