“If we don’t address this vital ingredient in a national security strategy, our ruthless, many-headed terrorist enemies will find our country to be easy prey.”
Here’s how the political media can do better in 2016.
Chris and Jon discuss how men can replace their fear with love, which is especially important in a time when the news is filled with stories of war, violence, and terrorism.
Instead of ignoring the anger, put it to a positive use.
Matt Sweetwood knows how to raise kids. He has raised five by himself. He has some choice words for one father who raised his to hate, and for all the lives that were ruined as a result.
Rick Sanchez exposes world events to his kids and digs for the concept to learn from them. On the events in San Bernardino, his pragmatic nature kicked in. The lesson? Don’t fear. Here are his thoughts.
Matt Sweetwood won a major gun rights case in front of the US Supreme Court. He continues to fight for a sensible solution to gun violence, a solution that neither extremes on the issue want to embrace. Here are his thoughts about this week’s events.
DiaryDad is concerned about how loud the message of fear is. — In 2001 when the Twin Towers fell my kids were just a hope I had. They were a part of a bright dream I had for tomorrow. They were what I believed would be my chance to put the best of me into […]
On the anniversary of the day we took so much from the indigenous peoples, let us remember we are all human beings. Being truly grateful to be alive means caring for one another even when it is inconvenient.