×
Menu

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Internet

Matthew Meyer explains why access to the internet is a basic right in our society
read more

Trading Incarceration for Rehabilitation

  Earlier this month, the most powerful man in America sat across from the country’s favorite pro-pot doctor for a nationally televised interview. The conversation appeared in Sanjay Gupta’s ...
read more

What’s in a Name?

When a group of militants captured swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria last June, journalists and public figures employed a common vocabulary to document the events. Words like, “assault,” “br...
read more

Multi-Level Delusions

Matthew Meyer has some indispensable advice for you to keep in mind the next time old acquaintances start informing you of their latest fail-safe scheme
read more

America’s Embarrassing Ally

Matthew Meyer explores the nature of the U.S.A's relationship with Saudi Arabia.
read more

There’s no Way Those Things Are Real

  The Spread Eagle Tavern & Inn is a bed-and-breakfast in Ohio, highly regarded for its cozy atmosphere and delicious food. Every day, the Spread Eagle’s inbox fills with emails from inquisitiv...
read more

Reconsidering the Right to Die

Matthew Meyer analyses responses to the death with dignity movement in light of Brittany Maynard's recent passing.
read more

Well Republicans, What’s it Gonna Be?

Matthew Meyer explores how this midterm election might change things for Congress or how it might not.
read more

The Race to Do Nothing

Matt Meyer analyzes the major absurdities in party politics going through midterm election season.
read more

Dysfunctional Districts

Matthew Meyer explains the major problems with the process of drawing up congressional districts.
read more

Not-so-Special Interest Groups and You

Columnist Matthew Meyer explains why Special Interest Groups may be doing you more harm than good.
read more

“Checkmate,” Checkpoints

Matthew Meyer explains why DUI checkpoints should be a thing of the past.
read more

Death to the Death Penalty! But Only After Many, Many Years of Appeals

Columnist Matthew Meyer explains that the death penalty does much more harm than good to our criminal justice system.
read more

Bipartisan? B.S.

Why the U.S. needs to start thinking outside the box when it comes to our two-party system.
read more

Getting Over Weiner’s … Wiener

Matthew Meyer explains that there are more important things to worry about than Anthony Weiner's Wiener.
read more