In a way, the excesses of the #MeToo movement made a situation like this one with Cosby inevitable.
The time for difficult conversations with your children about what potential dangers lurk on the internet needs to happen now, not later.
China's current rulers in the last few years have been fast alienating the rest of the world.
We have elections for a reason. Yet our own Congress is hamstrung by a privileged few that decide to block everything, to play political games.
We must see in Communist China the very antithesis of the system of liberty and justice that our forebears gave us.
Common carriage opens the door to for the government employ public accommodation requirements without running afoul of the First Amendment.
It is right to acknowledge the sins of our past, but wrong to distill our country to flaws shared by all humanity.
We must continue to stand in solidarity with women in Turkey as they face difficult days ahead.
The question Cosby's release raises is a crucial one for prosecutors running for office: Will the campaign promises made by a prosecutorial wannabe with a partisan agenda set the stage for a dangerous criminal being able to dodge the reckoning of the justice system?