In a saner political culture, Americans might benefit from a calm, detailed conversation about our conflicting visions. But ours is not that culture.
Despite superficial similarities to First Amendment jurisprudence in the U.S., the proposed Irish hate-speech statute would all but guarantee its politicized use.
If journalists didn’t recast basic voter concerns as symbols of complex, deep insecurities, what would they do with their time?
Why is Politico pretending that this wouldn’t lead to a constitutional crisis?