Sam Sattin wonders, how do we tell the difference between the revolutionary and the trivial?
Did hacker group Anonymous foil Karl Rove’s evil election-stealing plan? Greg Olear offers evidence that this conspiracy theory may be true.
“And speeking of rude I think for doing such a bad thing I think you shoudn’t be married. Ya that’s what feels like to be yeld that sentince right in your face.”
Elissa Schappell offers a humorous list of post-election excuses the GOP might be making to explain their losses.
Stefan Borst-Censullo believes the mainstream success of Pride Parades means the gay rights movement is winning.
“This issue of how to reduce the reactivity on our political discourse is central to my thinking of late.”
I’m counting on time to pull me out of this. Right now, that’s all I can do.
John was a troubadour of peace and compassion, and a jealous guy.
After he overcame his lifelong fear of it, one reader found that dancing gave him a new and amazing way to connect.
Time for a change in American Politics? Mark Goulston gives us an idea.
While some issues may be distressing, that’s how life goes on this crazy planet.
Cyber-strangers aren’t all trolls.
Nine silly and serious ways the hidden joys of parenthood surprised Joanna Schroeder when she became a mom.
Do you prefer chaos to comfort and conformity? Ditch convention and embrace your inner weird.
A child captures his father’s extraordinary snow sculpture on film.
Jordan Gray says that all arguments can be diffused… you just have to know what to do.
Patrick Sallee pens a note to that bedeviling voice inside his head—and gives it a piece of his mind.
You won’t be able to resist this edit of Biz Markee’s hit “Just a Friend”…
2 reasons most people are afraid to share their gifts.
Heroes come in all shapes, sizes, ages, and deeds. What kind of hero would you be?
“Work is simply another playground in which to explore our personal evolution.” ~ Mark Darren Gregor
Doyin Richards offers a few pointers to men who are about to make the transition into fatherhood.
Kozo Hattori questions the necessity for kids to “take responsibility” at the expense of kindness.