The movie “99 Homes” explores what happens when a good man tries to become successful by emulating the man who crushed him. Ray Bechard reviews the movie and explores the themes behind it.
This is what suicide looks like, when you would do anything to make the pain go away.
We don’t like to think that our way of living is wrong, that our beliefs are untrue, that we participate in cruelty or injustice.
No matter what people tell you, it’s just not a thing.
The Hobby Lobby controversy is still relevant. A production company dropped this funny video recently skewering the arts and crafts chain.
This comment by Paul on the post Why Racial Blowback is The New Racism
The author shares his disturbing observations on race relations in 2014.
In response to the execution of Iranian poet and activist Hashem Shaabani, Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus reflects on privilege, writing, and poetry’s function as a tool of social change.
Every year, stories emerge that serve as a reminder that the American system of justice means injustice for too many, with some receiving little or no punishment for egregious offenses, while others receive harsh or faulty punishment for much less. Here are some of the worst injustices of 2013: