June 23, 2014
For visitors to Denver, legally buying marijuana is easy, but legally smoking it is hard.
On the one hand, kudos to Denver for respecting property rights enough to allow...
June 17, 2014
Canadian friend of the Yale Free Press Jackson Doughart thinks that there is a such thing as too much violence. Maybe America isn’t for everyone after all.
June 16, 2014
h/t NYMag, Antonin Scalia is on the record comparing freedom of religion to freedom of playing popular music that he can’t stand, like Rock and Roll or Stravinsky.
June 15, 2014
To be fair, it probably wouldn’t be less moving than a speech by John Kerry.
June 12, 2014
“Soccer,” writes Stephen Webb over at First Things, “is the fluoridation of the American sporting scene.” Thank god someone finally recognized it. Any sport in which you can...
June 6, 2014
Free Press Alumnus Jake McGuire chimes in on the state of popular music:
The article articulated things about post-2010 Lady Gaga that I felt but couldn’t really explain for...
June 3, 2014
Hard to make this up. Turns out American National Socialists (or, NS, their preferred abbreviation) are concerned about grammatical and lexical purity.
Sadly for them, their...
June 2, 2014
Over at The Nib, the typically-shallowly-liberal Jon Rosenberg puts conservatives between a rock and a hard place on biomechanical engineering.