Comment

Recent columns at Tennessee Lookout:

– The Vax of Life. Tennessee Lookout (July 7, 2021).
– Lost in America. Tennessee Lookout (May 10, 2021).
– Bare Minimum. Tennessee Lookout (March 1, 2021).
– Red Reckoning. Tennessee Lookout (January 13, 2021).
– Go Home Lamar. Tennessee Lookout (December 7, 2020).
– The End of Stupid? Tennessee Lookout (November 23, 2020).
– Losing My Religion. Tennessee Lookout (October 26, 2020).
– Survey Says. Tennessee Lookout (October 5, 2020).
– To Hell With Absentee Ballots. Tennessee Lookout (August 31, 2020).
– Show Me the Democracy. Tennessee Lookout (August 10, 2020).
– Inbox Assault. Tennessee Lookout (July 27, 2020).
– Home Invasion. Tennessee Lookout (July 8, 2020).
– When Cult Meets Crisis. Tennessee Lookout (June 16, 2020).
– Future Schlock. Tennessee Lookout (May 28, 2020).
– Let it Bleed. Tennessee Lookout (May 11, 2020).

Commentary in national media:

– Pluto Scientists were Masters of the Long Haul. The Conversation (July 24, 2015).
– Is Academic Freedom a License to Provoke Without Consequences? The Conversation (May 29, 2015).
– Businesses’ First Amendment Rights Don’t Extend to Their Employees. Washington Post (April 2, 2015).
– Facebook, Freedom and Thin-Skinned Bosses. CNN.com (November 11, 2010).
– Debate: Crack Down on Cyberslackers? Bloomberg Businessweek (November 2010).
– The Collision of Work and Free SpeechChicago Tribune (July 4, 2007).

I was for many years a contributing writer for the Nashville Scene, a weekly alternative newspaper in Nashville (my posts are findable here.)

Here are earlier pieces in the Scene and an archive of some columns I wrote during the 1990s for In Review, a now-defunct paper in Nashville.