12/4/2010 8:49 AM ET
How many times must we relive the foolishness of art curators being "shocked" that people don't like paying for art that attacks Jesus and Christians?
7/17/2010 11:07 AM ET
Federal appeals court judges in Manhattan shredded the FCC's lamely enforced rules against broadcast indecency. Profanity was somehow associated with "the most important and universal themes in ...
4/26/2010 1:18 PM ET
Ross Douthat: "But there's still a sense in which the 'South Park' case is particularly illuminating. Not because it tells us anything new about the lines that writers and entertainers suddenly ...
4/23/2010 12:20 PM ET
The creators of the Comedy Central cartoon South Park had their lives threatened by a Muslim group for insulting the prophet Muhammad, but two Times headlines said they were merely being warned." ...
9/19/2008 1:00 AM ET
According to the ACLU, not displaying The Joy of Gay Sex violates the constitutional rights of library visitors.
5/13/2008 1:00 AM ET
Challenging libraries to provide titles they're not stocking would turn the tables and make people realize that librarians can also be censorious in the titles they choose not to display. The mere ...
2/1/2008 3:37 PM ET
The National Council of La Raza calls for an end to hate speech - as in Lou Dobbs and Sean Hannity - and a Times' web journalist doesn't raise an eyebrow.