Reflecting on the recent tragedies of this past week, we must be reminded of our need for connection to each other as human beings, and that we must call ourselves and each other to be better.
Christopher Macneil believes the Mormon Church has strayed from a moral path.
How do we decide whether a shooting is caused by mental illness or terrorism? What if it’s both?
I harbor no illusions that the words of one Buddhist monk will turn aside the tide of war that seems to be rising. But can we re-invison this cycle of war?
A group of men open up about the impossible standards of masculinity imposed by the media.
How can we make sense of the attacks?
Bloomingdale’s made a huge mistake with this ad, but we’re all complicit in allowing it to happen.
We don’t realize the latent potential we have to flip the script and change the popular narrative of Muslim-panic and atheist-distrust. But it requires us to speak up, to defend each other against unfair attacks, and to try and see past our differences.
Jeremy Barnes has been haunted by gun violence since 1994. He wishes for all who can make a difference to grab a case of beer, build a campfire, and work it out. Here is his story.
Matthew Rozsa discusses a broader lesson he has learned from having autism.
The school where Jeremy’s Daughter attends went under “Lockdown” last week. This week, dad is sounding the alarm about it. Here is why.
Rick Sanchez has observed that passions get aroused around Thanksgiving — people getting indignant that some businesses stay open and employees work. He has something to say about the hypocrisy.