Gerald Korngold (NYLS): A New Framework for Achieving Free Expression and Speech in the Evolving and Reconceptualized Shopping Mall of the Twenty-First Century. Uladzislau Belavusau (Amsterdam): Hate Speech. Lackland H. Bloom (SMU): John Stuart Mill and Political Correctness. Carlo A. Pedrioli (Barry): Pope Francis and the Limits of Freedom of Expression. What do we really mean when we say we’re “entitled to our opinions”? Arguments over free speech on campus are not Left v Right: As Reed College in Oregon shows, Left v Left clashes can be equally vitriolic. What Berkeley needs is a non-violent containment squad: Reflections from a civil rights veteran. The critic and the clown: Corey Robin on a tale of free speech at Berkeley.

George Cairns (QUT): What is Postnormal When There is No Normal? A Postdichotomous View of the Histories of the Past, Present and Future. Nina Varsava (Stanford): Dating Markets and Love Stories: Freedom and Fairness in the Pursuit of Intimacy and Love. John Saunders on the crackdown in Cambodia. Alex Nichols on the strange life of Peter Daou: Why do powerful people pay him to do things? (and more) Sarah Huckabee Sanders destroys norm of DOJ independence, lays out case for political prosecution of Comey. Sally Quinn’s next act: Three years after Ben Bradlee’s death, she has a memoir about embracing the supernatural. The introduction to A Thirst for Empire: How Tea Shaped the Modern World by Erika Rappaport.

Why is Trump so awkward in Washington? He’s a New Yorker. Exiles on Pennsylvania Avenue: How Jared and Ivanka were repelled by Washington’s elite. I’m so glad Jared and Ivanka are miserable in Washington D.C. The Ivanka Trump guarantee: Stop wondering which of these people will save us —- there is not going to be a surprise silver lining to this presidency.

Anna North on Hillary Clinton’s What Happened and its place in feminist history, explained. Hillary Clinton looks back in anger: She talks about Trump, Comey, collusion, “deplorables”, and the power of sexism. Nate Jones on 28 things we learned from Hillary Clinton’s new campaign memoir. Hillary Clinton almost ran for president on a universal basic income. Eric Levitz on the case for “giving every American a pony”. What Hillary Clinton really thinks: Hillary Clinton’s theory of politics is unfashionable — but she doesn’t care. Hillary Clinton’s What Happened is whatever you want it to be. Get a grip, Democrats: Clinton’s book is not your biggest problem. The silencing of Hillary Clinton: Addressing the primary criticisms of Clinton’s historic run for the presidency. Republicans want Hillary Clinton to vanish — we can't let that happen.