Paris Portingale continues his talks with famous people from history. Next up? Abraham Lincoln.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin is organizing his book shelf and thinking it might be time to reduce his library.
Chris Valle examines how practical issues end up being discussed in terms of emotions and that they can also seem childish, and even exploitative, in the way they are reported.
I learned a terrible truth during my years in the CIA, and especially while working on “enhanced interrogation”: all democratic institutions are only as strong as the culture in which they operate.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Trump hints at Clinton being killed, maybe, I don’t know; Clinton releases her tax returns to pressure Trump to do the same; and discerning Trump’s tweets from his team’s.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin shares life lessons from his grandparents on how to live well.
David Neff examines the phenomenon of hashtag activism and an inherent issue with it among lazy liberals.
It’s turning out to be a peculiar August for the Western world in which a much-needed break is proving elusive as school nights close in on post-Brexit uncertainties and continuing terrorist tensions.
Donald Trump and Eric Trump seem to have a phenomenal misunderstanding of the characteristics and motivation behind sexual harassment. Alexandra Tselios schools them.
The American Dream has been bludgeoned by the general insanity of the Republican National Convention, but come the election in November, hope in America springs eternal.