Global Comment’s editors are enjoying a longform feature on the women of the FLDS, a delve into reddit’s Change My View, a profile on the death penalty and innocence, and more.
What are you reading this week? The Global Comment editors are enjoying a September 11 longread, an analysis of Trump’s deplorables, an exploration of how design discriminates, a discussion about Silicon Valley and profits, and an overview of Christians and the death penalty.
When Joko Widodo took office, people thought Indonesia’s hardline policy on drugs might change. That hasn’t happened yet — and it’s creating a social disaster.
The United States was riveted on Tuesday by an execution gone horribly, horribly wrong.
We all know what happens when US networks attempt to remake UK shows – it’s usually an utter mess.
It is mindboggling that Manning’s supporters continue to engage in this, in the very act of “support”–and it says everything about how we on the Left see transgender women.
The death machine is back in full swing. The grievous miscarriage of justice that ended in Georgia last night with the murder of Troy Davis is only one among many such cases.
With a certain degree of suspicion, one of the students inquired about the publication for which I was writing. After I answered his question, he looked at me unfavourably and said that my writing would be permissible only if it were humanitarian.
The tide has turned against capital punishment in America.