How one white guy’s perspective on race in the USA changed from Ferguson to Jefferson City
A white poet joins the NAACP march in Ferguson, Missouri, and learns he was wrong about the role of race in this country
Rev. Neil O’Farrell discovers where we might find peace on earth
Naomi Fryers reports on the shocking, devastating, soul destroying, and deeply disturbing news from Cairns, Australia.
Matthew Rozsa is mad as hell that Sony pulled ‘The Interview.’ But he’s equally horrified by the company’s racist attitudes.
Who tortures US citizens at home?
For years, James Stafford has watched how we compared everything to the horrors of Nazi Germany—killing of civilians, a militarized police state, torture—but that could never happen here, right?
Siobhán Lynch does not believe the lawsuit by parents in Newtown against Bushmaster, the maker of the AR-15, is the way forward on the guns issue.
Erin Kelly believes there’s more to love and friendship than what society portrays.
The “Holiday Season” is a mine field of unequal social status for non-Christians
“The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.”—Karl Marx, Theses on Feuerbach (1888
Motivated by the recent deaths of Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and Eric Garner at the hands of police officers, Matt Selker shines a light on the urgent, imperative need for educating those in law enforcement on the use of emotional intelligence competencies.
Michael Kasdan reflects on the Sandy Hook school shooting that took place in Newtown, Connecticut two years ago.
Some new alternatives to “Fight, Flight or Freeze.”
I have been called racist for my opinion about my local police.
An activist considers the role of the police and restoring the honor of the thin blue line.
The “war” stops here