Having ourselves turned into dirt — or worse — reflects at least an implied philosophical view that it doesn’t ultimately matter that we ever existed.
Lake Erie would be able to sue whenever any enterprise engaged in activities that the most radical environmentalist in the city opposed.
Jerry Coyne thinks that criminals don’t have a “choice.” (What are those quotation marks doing there?)
I believe that time is growing short to throttle this advocacy thrust.
Cruelty and injustice can seem an abstraction, committed against faceless people.