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Podcast with Jennifer Lyn Morone – Part II

This is the second half of my conversation with Jennifer Lyn Morone, the woman who has incorporated herself in response to the encroachment of big data in our lives. Play Part I here. Follow @illusionofmore

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Podcast with Jennifer Lyn Morone – Part I

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that we are presently grappling with existential questions posed by big data and at the same time, considering the social implications of rulings by the supreme court in both Citizens United and Hobby Lobby. … Continue reading

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Your rights are in my freedom.

It’s another Independence Day weekend, and I can’t help but notice that we find ourselves this year grappling with some unfortunate consequences of liberty run amok.  We’ve got open-carry nuts sporting assault rifles in department stores and coffee shops to … Continue reading

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Hobby Lobby: The Principles of Principals

There are certainly many troubling aspects of yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case.  That the majority opinion rests on upholding the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act has been rightly criticized, particularly by democratic authors of that bill. … Continue reading

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