Women’s Suffrage, and Tumultuous Petitions

Ben Darlow

The UK’s General Election on 8 June 2017 provides a compelling backdrop for a discussion of the history of voting rights in Parliamentary elections. More »

Will AI Shaft the Lawyer?

Jaskaran Singh Kohli

The Luddite rebellions at the beginning of the 19th century remained largely un-commemorated two hundred years later. More »

Germany’s Pernicious “Industry”

Laila Mickelwait

In Germany, prostitution carries the government stamp of approval. For 70 Euros (about $78 Dollars) a man can stay for 24 hours in the club and have sex with as many women as he wants in this type of “all you can eat body buffet.” More »

The Medical Liability of the Mouth

Steven Jaksha DMD

There is a behemoth in the room that everyone is trying to ignore but if we are not careful, we’ll be crushed one day by this ignorance. More »