With tensions flaring once again and mutual distrust on the rise, are equality and peaceful coexistence out of reach?
The signs are subtle, but it seems many have already forgotten the lessons of the Great Recession. These signs lie on both sides of the political aisle, in different branches of government, and in all parts of the country. Why exactly this has happened requires a much more extensive analysis, but one thing seems certain: good intentions based on flawed … Read More
On Wednesday, July 16, Federal Judge Cormac J. Carney declared the California death penalty unconstitutional, finding that it violated the Eighth Amendment. He ruled that the state’s arbitrary delays in executing death row inmates render the act of execution itself cruel and unusual. Death penalty critics across the country applauded Judge Carney’s decision for its likely implications for other states’ … Read More
The novel’s hectic pace reflects the turbulent world of journalism in 1960s Paris.