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Good Riddance to Little League

Organized youth sports have become stressful, oversized monstrosities. Let them die.

Paul Krugman Says Our Technological Era Is One Big Disappointment. Here’s Why He’s Wrong.

Why Switzerland Turned on FIFA After Years of Enabling the Group’s Corruption

Back Hair Is Beautiful. Here's Why I Flaunt Mine.

Charter Promises Its Time Warner Cable Merger Won’t Hurt Net Neutrality. We’ve Heard That Before.


Blatant Racism in the Courtroom

SCOTUS will review a death penalty case in which prosecutors worked to keep blacks off the jury.


Were You There?

As a creationist kid, I was determined not to learn about evolution.

The Supreme Court Reviews a Case of Blatant Racism by Georgia Prosecutors

When My Science Teacher Taught Evolution, I Asked: “Were You There?”

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