Dian Greenwood was a young girl in the 1950s when her family took up residence in a South Dakota courthouse, her bedroom just opposite the county’s jail.
To many Americans, Halloween is the spookiest day of the year. This was authored in the 1970s, when fake headlines gave way to real fear.
America is currently deeply divided. Jackie Shannon Hollis offers a creative solution to bridge that divide: an urban-rural exchange program … for adults.
Americans have pursued terrorism since 2001, but what we’ve really achieved is a great crusade without end, both in lives lost and profit gained.
The American Reality is fear, and fear alone. Despite the change of location, or face, or reason, there is one thing that binds us.
Confronting America’s deeper issues means looking at it through its fragility, rather than the superpower status it cultivates.
Again, extreme violence has punctured the American landscape. But expecting change illustrates a complete ignorance of history. It repeats, because America allows it to.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s undressing of modern America has gone viral, but all that glitters is not gold. Looking back on the first episode of Who Is America?
John S. Blake reflects on this Fourth of July and reviews the current state of affairs and questions our definition of what it means to be independent and American.
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.