Ioanna Tourkochoriti (Harvard): Should Hate Speech Be Protected? Group Defamation, Party Bans, Holocaust Denial and the Divide between (France) Europe and the United States. Sara Rankin (Seattle): A Homeless Bill of Rights (Revolution). Sam Hanna on Orwellian surveillance of vehicular travels. Sandra Y.L. Korn on the doctrine of academic freedom: Let’s give up on academic freedom in favor of justice (and a response). Don't assume that the Rwandan genocide couldn't happen today, say Sara J. Bloomfield and Michael Abramowitz. The Koch brothers are obscuring the real enemy: From Wall Street excess to DC lobbying scandals, we must remember it's institutions — not people — that are evil. You can't fully know Wall Street until you behold it in its purest distillation — this is the gift of Morning Money. A burst of unexplained radio signals detected at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico was recently confirmed as coming from outside our galaxy. Christine Thompson on the militia rushing to Cliven Bundy’s defense. Garry Wills on Obamacare: The hate can’t be cured. From The Awl, John Herrman writes in defense of explaining things: “An all-explainer news diet is a curiosity-killing nightmare. Every story must be debunked before you even know what it's about!” Susannah Locke on how you probably have herpes and don't know it. New records show the IRS targeted progressive groups more extensively than tea party groups. Is the rising Democratic majority doomed? Jonathan Chait investigates. How to sum up the argument of and the reaction to Thomas Piketty? Brad DeLong investigates. Alex Abad-Santos on a beginner's guide to everyone's favorite new insult, “basic”.