The president’s talk of American Jews’ ‘loyalty’ and interference in two congressional Democrats’ trip to Israel hurt the interests of the Jewish state.
The case of Cardinal George Pell has reversed of the presumption of innocence that is the foundation of criminal law in the Anglosphere and obviated the requirement that the burden of proof rests on the prosecution to persuade jurors beyond a reasonable doubt.
The rejection of Cardinal George Pell’s appeal of his conviction for sexual abuse calls into the gravest doubt the quality of justice in Australia—and the possibility of any Catholic cleric charged with sexual abuse to receive a fair trial or a fair consideration of the probity of his trial.
The empirical evidence suggests that the notions of a purposeful Creator and a purposeful creation cannot be dismissed as mere pre-modern mythology.
Treating employees like discardable machines rather than human beings can produce short-term financial results. But in the long run, it makes people distrust the engines of capitalism that provide such great wealth.
A professor is under investigation for accurately quoting James Baldwin.
People who support high levels of low-skilled immigration often claim that immigrants do work that native-born residents won’t. The facts surrounding the Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids of seven Mississippi chicken processing plants show how untrue that claim is.