At a mini-mall Starbucks in southern San Diego, I’m staring into my coffee and wondering…Read More
A new book on ‘only children’ adds an interesting dimension to the politics of making babies.Read More
When is touching your toes just touching your toes, and when is it an effort to indoctrinate small children in Hinduism?
The author responds.Read More
Imagine a demographic that has doubled its share of the population over the past two decades, is up by 25 percent over the past four years, now accounts for as many as one in five Americans, and voted overwhelmingly for Obama.Read More
The balance between the right to free exercise of religion and the right of employees to equal protection under the law is not easy to strike, and the Hosanna-Tabor decision doesn’t appear to strike it at all.Read More
When I moved to New York City just over a year ago, I started going to church. More precisely, I started going to the churches—dozens of them—that were located in New York City’s public schools. I attended services all over Manhattan, in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.Read More