He knows most Americans believe that apologizing is for wimps.
Thane Rosenbaum, a novelist, essayist and Distinguished Fellow at New York University School of Law, is the director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, and the author, most recently, of the novel, How Sweet It Is!, and the forthcoming, The High Cost of Free Speech: Rethinking the First Amendment. thanerosenbaum.com
Talk of equivalencies in death tolls or ideas of vengeance are misapplied in the Israel-Hamas fight, where the two sides play by very different rules.
The murder of three Israeli teenagers has reignited debates about guilt, justice, and retribution in the Middle East. But the Palestinians have more to answer for.
Reactionary conservative candidates did alarmingly well in recent elections for the European Parliament. Is this a passing phase or a portent of something more serious?
The events in Ukraine and Kansas City that occurred around Passover week offer tragic reminders of the heritage of Jewish oppression.
New studies show that hateful speech can cause emotional harm. Is it time for the United States to follow other democracies and limit what Neo-Nazis and other haters say?
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