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They say that curiosity killed the cat, but I think that curiosity is what may well save us.  Can you imagine what the world would be like without it?
A human who gets a taste of what it’s like to be able to speak freely, to think freely, to learn…those are all things that become precious to that huma…
As a journalist, conducting interviews is probably my favorite thing to do. Over the course of my career I’ve spoken with scientists, politicians, busi…
Freedom of speech is at the center of this debate. Sure, the White House isn’t mandating legally that certain content is removed from social media, it…
As anybody who’s ever met one of them can attest, human beings tend to be far from perfect. We’re subject to our impulses, temperaments, desires, and w…
"The best apology one can give is to do better in the future. And yet, there’s a whole culture of apology that has been formed...It has become so popul…
First published in Newsweek on May 24
A verbal series. Part 4.
A verbal series. Part 3.
Traditionally, privilege is defined as a certain advantage that a person or a group of people may have over others. In the House of Commons, to check o…
As of late, I’ve become increasingly aware of how specific words have been infecting our consciousness. How the oversimplification of language and, hen…