Tony Norman

Tony Norman: Counterfeiters hold a false view of us

Counterfeiting cases pose a more serious risk here than once might have been presumed.

1 day ago

Tony Norman: It’s crazy to let the rich play at policing

A shooting by a rich law enforcement volunteer is latest injustice done to an unarmed black man.

4 days ago

Tony Norman: Video for once allows police no excuses

Video makes evidence of at least one police killing indisputable.

1 week ago

Tony Norman: Fiasco ruins Rolling Stone’s fine record

At Rolling Stone, journalism informed by the values and attitudes of the counterculture came into its own.

1 week ago

Tony Norman: Democracy worked, this time around

In the case of near-fiascos in Indiana and Arkansas, democracy worked.

2 weeks ago

Tony Norman: The case for accepting all apologies with grace

Responding to any apology — public or private — with cynicism is one of the worst things a person can do to another human being.

2 weeks ago

Tony Norman: Bravo for snitches that fight the power

Whistleblowers may have mixed motives sometimes. But from Eric Snowden to a Penn State frat, they help make the world a more honest place.

3 weeks ago

 Eugene Lee brings all his power to play August Wilson in "How I Learned What I Learned" at Pittsburgh Public Theater.

Tony Norman: What August Wilson learned, and how

“How I Learned What I Learned,” August Wilson’s autobiographical one-man play at PPT, is a guided tour of his morally complex heart.

3 weeks ago

Tony Norman: Starbucks is at least talking about race

Mock Starbucks all you want, but ‘Race Together’ represents something better than doing nothing.

4 weeks ago


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