Human Biases Hold Key To Solving Both Europe’s Refugee Crisis And Climate Change

People don’t want refugees for the same reason they reject climate change.

From DC to Damascus: Where Are All the Good Men?

Jessicah Lahitou wonders where all the male leaders are in the quest to aid the Syrian refugee crisis.

Shadows And Shadowboxing: Bush For President?

As Jeb Bush departs for Europe to practice looking “presidential,” many people wonder if he stands a chance to be president (or should stand a chance).

Love To Drink Beer? Let’s Go To Munich

Drink beer and be merry in one of Germany’s most enchanting cities.

2182 Kilohertz

Jesse Kornbluth reviews David Maziel’s book, concluding that it is definitely worth a read.

Tiny Country’s Marriage Equality Bill Is A Big Big Deal

Europe is getting ready to take a small step towards equality. Really, really, really small. More like inching a little toe forward just a tiny bit. But hey, it’s still progress!

WhatsApp in the Ukraine–When Masculine Paradigms Collide

This week Ukraine is in the news demonstrating competing masculine paradigms. The clash of the titans is being played out across the globe.

What is the Most Important Lesson You Can Learn About the Holocaust?

For David Karpel the answer is, “Never Forget.”

Serie A Match Stopped Due to Racist Chant

European football is plagued by violence and racism, an epidemic that seems to infect primarily young, unemployed men.

General Allen Declines NATO Position in Europe, Will Retire Instead

Citing his wife’s declining health, General Johan Allen has decided to retire from the Armed Forces.

Missing the Days Before You Were Married

The glass of retrospect distorts, for a moment, a married man’s memories of his globetrotting single days .

General John Allen Cleared of Wrongdoing in Tampa Socialite Case

The Pentagon’s inspector general has found nothing to point to conduct unbecoming an officer in Gen. Allen’s email communications with a Tampa socialite.

Alternate Endings to 2012

If the world had ended this year, it might have gone something like this.

New York State Will Lead The Nation On Policies Surrounding Sepsis

The death of a 12-year-old boy from sepsis prompts the state of New York to adopt new health policies.

Schemers and Dreamers: The Popcorn Machines That Never Were

Sam Sattin had always regarded his grandfather as a little bit crazy, but lately he’s come to embrace what connects him to the family patriarch.

Returning National Guard Veterans Struggle to Find Jobs

Despite discrimination against military service in hiring, returning National Guard members face unemployment rates of up to 20%.