How Much Will You Risk to Stand Up for What You Believe in?

While big name celebrities get all the focus, lesser known celebrities like Greg Cope White are risking a lot more by taking the the same stand.

Why Robots Need to Be Able to Say ‘No’

Robot reasoning is not as simple as you think.

They Deserved So Much Better: Sexuality & Service Members in the 20th Century

As MI5 is voted Britain’s most “gay-friendly” employer, many are reflecting on Alan Turing and the many other service members persecuted for their sexuality.

The Dangerous Lies We Have To Stop Telling Boys about Sex

Our current culture is celebrating males having sex, regardless of their age, and this is putting boys at risk.

What Gives You the Right to Discriminate?

Does the First Amendment really protect religious freedom laws?

Where Have 4.8 Million Syrian Refugees Gone?

The answer tells more than just where they ended up. It also tells us how they’re managing to survive.

Pope Francis Condemns Same-Sex Couples As Not Part Of God’s Plan

Just in case you were wondering, yes, the “cool” pope is still really grossed out by queers.

Protecting a Voyeur

The murky ethics of a journalist protecting a voyeur for a story.

Comment of the Day: ‘Defend free speech – don’t act like we’re all equals when we partake in it’

Until we are all treated as equals, free speech won’t be a reality.

Powerful Psychological Forces That Make Good People Do Bad Things

Dr. Travis Bradberry explores the underlying psychology of bad behavior by good people.

It’s Almost Like We Don’t Matter

Preventative maintenance has fallen through the cracks.

How Many Lives is an Execution Worth?

How the death penalty may keep innocent people in prison.

Martin Luther King and the Panama Papers

Matthew Rozsa discusses Martin Luther King’s economic vision.

What Do You Mean Big Boys Don’t Cry?

The only way we are going to change the world- is to change it one man and one boy at a time.

Rob Ford, Brussels, Family, Loss, and Heart

We never know how we are going to be needed.

12 Reasons Why We Vilify

Without a set of shared values, argues Ken Goldstein, we can’t talk with, argue with or perhaps even live with the other side. And then what?