After getting the shaft from God, Paris Portingale talks to other famous people from history. First up? Leonardo da Vinci.
Jason Arment explains how we have arrived at a place in our society that George Zimmerman can sell the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin for $120,000.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The world watches both Clinton and Trump carefully as they respond to the recent tragic events unfolding across America.
In his latest Letter to America, Australian Roger Pugh opines about the growing discussions surrounding a country’s borders and immigration policies in a 21st century world.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin talks about armchair activism and this faux knowledge we think we gain through only reading the headlines to articles.
Drew Carto investigates how easy it is to be certified to handle a pistol and obtain a concealed carry permit, but weighs heavily on all the reasons not to do it.
Kate Burke and Maureen Haeger address the prevalence of sexual harassment and abuse in our society, and how we need to adjust our responses from victim blaming to empathy.
Nathan Tompkins’ “Guide to Bad Parenting” continues with tips on how NOT to do 4th of July, or the handling of fireworks.
Verónica Pamoukaghlián is in England following the Brexit vote and has an opportunity to observe and discuss with locals the impact of England exiting the European Union (EU).
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin questions the decision to move away from teaching necessary life skills through Home Economics classes.