The passing of Anthony Bourdain hit me hard. However, the lessons he taught me will forever live on.
Following Memorial Day, and taking cues from Dwight D. Eisenhower and Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sean Davis thinks about the true meaning of war and its effects.
They might have been chased out of the Middle East, but Islamic State is now setting up shop in countries like India.
With the Texas school shooting motivated by masculinity’s inability to process rejection, the challenge is not necessarily in taking the gun out of their hands but removing the thought from their minds.
Could 2019, exactly 400 years since slavery and its twin offspring of racism and discrimination, be the year in which racism in America dies?
There remains a lot of uncertainty for DACA recipients as to what will happen next, and confusion and fear is preventing many from renewing their status. Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado shares one Dreamer’s story.
… but here’s one that might be worth reading. Katharine Coldiron, who grew up in a white Southern family, shares what the National Memorial for Peace and Justice means to her.
In an alliterative battle of phrasing, First Lady Melania Trump is inspired by Michelle Obama (again) and rolls out her “Be Best” campaign. Sean Davis tries to decipher what it all means.
Happy Monday? Over the weekend there was a massive March For Our Lives, news that the Great Pacific Garbage Patch has gotten larger, and basketball games were played.