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Tuning Out, Heroism, and the Power of Example

I received an email from an old friend this weekend. She has been deeply affected by the death of Ki Suck Han, the New York man who was pushed off a subway platform near Times Square—and abandoned by all his fellow passengers, before being run over by an oncoming train. She wrote: The subway death…Read more Tuning Out, Heroism, and the Power of Example Posted on 13 December 2012 | 11:57 am

Campaign Finance Laws and the First Amendment

The Arendt Center recently hosted Professor Zephyr Teachout to speak about Citizens United v. FEC and campaign finance reform. The talk was in honor of Constitution Day, which Professor Teachout joyfully informed us may very well be unconstitutional. We carried on. Teachout began her talk by announcing that the “First Amendment is a terrible thing.”…Read more Campaign Finance Laws and the First Amendment Posted on 19 October 2012 | 10:54 am

Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. on Thinking

“Your business as thinkers is to make plainer the way from something to the whole of things; to show the rational connection between your fact and the frame of the universe.” -Oliver Wendall Holmes Jr. Posted on 17 January 2012 | 1:15 pm