Matthew Rozsa explores the divided politics of the American Jewish community.
A young man from Egypt was sentenced to a three year jail sentence because he admitted he is an atheist and insulted Islam on Facebook.
If you don’t want the fallout of a confused and pathological masculinity, don’t create it in the first place.
Patrick DeCarlo turns to history to explain why he supports freedom of speech for “Charlie Hebdo” but not their speech itself.
Eric Shapiro notes that the terrorist attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo reinforces the idea that if comedy is to be of any value, then it must be dangerous.
T. J. Sullivan sees the terror attack at ‘Charlie Hebdo’ in Paris as a reminder that defending freedom of speech means defending speech we find uncomfortable, offensive, or scary.
Harris O’Malley on refining your positivity and developing a better attitude.
Dating when you have kids can be complicated. Patrick Sallee makes it easier with four simple rules.
A dad holds on to hope that in a world of people pitted against one another, times are a changin’ for the world his children will grow up in.
Don’t let these misconceptions trick you into settling for less than you deserve.
Michele Kambolis’ New Book Gives Play-Based Strategies for Anxiety
Sean Swaby admits that his wife wonders if he is deaf. Men aren’t deaf, we are just trying to stay on top of the weather patterns inside of us.
When faced with the prospect of a closed daycare, a concerned dad seeks out advice on how to fill the day.
Matt Shumate explains why you’ll be happier if you walk away—and stay away—after a nasty breakup.
What I am going to say here will shock some people but the want to express this has been tugging at me for a while so I had to say it.
All the signs point to Rand Paul having already lost his bid to be the Republican nominee in 2016.
When you’re a young person trying to establish your identity, Southern pride offers an easy one. It’s all put together, like any religion or nationalist system.
Adam Davis and his wife brought their marriage from the brink. Here’s how.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?