What Obama Should Have Said About Qur'an Burning

The Belgians Make Washington Look Bad

The Truth About Statute-of-Limitation Reforms

Learning From the Vatican's Problems: What the U.S. Must Do to Protect Children Now

The Sotomayor Confirmation Hearings Dust-Up, Day Two, Three

Abuse survivors: Markey Bill Our Chance At Justice

What we owe sex abuse victims: Open a 'window' to let them seek justice

The State of SOL Reform
 
A Modest Proposal for the 21st Century

Texas Appellate Court in the Wrong
 
Ignorance is the Enemy of Children
 
Truth Comes With a Price
 
Vows of Silence: the Cult Within
 
The Story Behind the Story of Polygamy in the West
 
The FLDS Arguments Will Not Hold Up
               
The Pope, Canon Law, and Survivors
 
When Church Autonomy is Tyranny

Seeking Justice for Childhood Victims: Al Chesley Stands Up to Admit He'd Been Sexually Abused - And to Point out Flaws in our Laws
 
Prosecuting Polygamy in El Dorado
 
Marci Hamilton on the Philadelphia Archdiocese: Keeping the Church Accountable
 
Arguments Against the Abolishment of Statute of Limitations For Childhood Sex Abusers
 
Crawford, PA Cannot Charge Known Sex Offender
 
Priests Can’t ‘Self-Police’
 
Killing Abuse Suit Bill Puts Children at Risk
 
The Wages of Choosing an Intolerant Justice: Conservative Christians, Who Suffered as a Religious Minority Themselves, Should Remember Why We Need an Independent Judiciary

'Under God' Is Held Unconstitutional—Again: What's Behind Judge Lawrence K. Karlton's Ruling that Schoolchildren Can't recite the Pledge, and Where Will it Lead Us?

A Coup for Business, But What About Religion? Roberts May Be the GOP's Dream Candidate for the Supreme Court, if They Honestly Believe Judicial Activism is a Bad

Time Favors Abusers, Not Victims

Give victims more time to file sexual-abuse claims
 
Victims in law: Statutes of limitation must end so sexual abuse victims, not predators, are helped
 
A ‘Window’ For Victims of Abuse
 
What the Clergy Abuse Crisis Has Taught Us
 
World Must Stand Up to Religious Censors

Victims need a day in court: the state legislature could approve a window to allow victims of sexual abuse to file suits to help them heal