“The gap between being a bad person and being a criminal is often wide.”
- The blogosphere makes it possible to have a sprawling national conversation about the hard times – often among people who would never find each other offline.
- The civil rights and antiwar movements taught Americans to question authority.
- The first thing to understand about surveillance video in public places is that there is already a lot of it going on – though it is impossible to know how much.
- The gap between being a bad person and being a criminal is often wide.
- The minimum wage can play a vital role in lifting hard-working families above the poverty line.
- The press should not get special privileges – if they drive recklessly or put people in danger, they should be subject to every reckless driving and endangerment law on the books – but they should also not be singled out for special punishment.
- The public has a right to know what kind of monitoring the government is doing, and there should be a public discussion of the appropriate trade-offs between law enforcement and privacy rights.
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