Postering Hate: Campus Activism and the Radical Right

On Wednesday, October 19, Tufts students woke up to find defamatory and racist posters plastered around campus. One poster listed the names of 10 Tufts students and one professor, labeling them as activists in Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), as well as supporters of the tactic of boycott,

Dollar Democracy

The McCutcheon decision. The Supreme Court is dismantling campaign finance regulations one decision at a time. On April 2, the Supreme Court ruled in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission to strike down aggregate limits on individual donations to political campaigns, continuing the Roberts court’s trend of deregulating campaign finance. In a 5-4 decision, the Court

State of Denial

“Discrimination is horrible,” said State Representative Charles Macheers (R) in his defense of Kansas House Bill 2453. “It’s hurtful…. It has no place in civilized society.” The bill, entitled “Protecting religious freedom regarding marriage,” would have allowed denial of service to gay couples “if it would be contrary to the sincerely held religious beliefs of