Does deposing a dictator automatically lead to freedom for his people?
Is peace always preferable to war?
Why do people rejoice when someone they hate dies?
Why is it easy to hate another person?
Why must every violent event be recorded and shown to the general public?
Who are the people who want to watch graphic video of someone’s death?
Can political candidates stop yelling at each other? (Is the other person’s hearing really that bad?)
Why do politicians use their mouths more than their ears?
Why can’t newscasters just report the news and not add their point of view?
Why is Lindsay breaking the terms of her parole considered news?
If I broke the terms of my parole would it be on Fox or CNN or MSNBC?
When did criminal trials become media events?
Is there a difference between ripping off thousands with pyramid schemes or a few with identity theft and captivity?
When did we switch from trial-by-jury to trial-by-Twitter?
Whatever happened to that innocent until proven guilty thing?
Why do people base their opinions on guilt vs. innocence upon the suspect’s race or ethnicity?
Does spewing hate online (or off) ever do any good?
Who decides what is news and what isn’t?
Why do I think my opinion is the only one worth hearing?
Why do I hear the news and think, “What does this mean for me?” rather than, “How does this affect other people?”