I gave up hope years ago. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Equal rights are human rights. We all suffer if some of us are discriminated against and denied equality, and we all win if all have it.
The U.S. is the only developed nation without mandated paid maternity leave for women. Do we need to say more?
With ISIS becoming a growing threat and potential global destabilizing force, should The U.S. take a leadership role, as part of a large international effort, to defeat it?
We need a tax system that will encourage business creation, growth and global expansion while providing for fair tax U.S. revenue and investment in America and its work force.
World involvement in Iraq is critical to saving lives and preventing a destabilized region from erupting into full chaos with disastrous worldwide implications
Iraq War veteran Michael Anthony discusses the latest VA crisis and what it means for veterans and the United States.
Nearly 13m more adults in the US will be eligible for statins after new guidelines widened the criteria for use of the drugs to treat high cholesterol and prevent heart attacks and strokes; but experts question at what risk.
Michael Amity investigates how one organization is trying to help re-allocate food in the USA so that people don’t have to go hungry.
Russia’s invasion of Crimea is a new chapter in American-Russian relations, and the same old story for former Soviet republics.
By trying to follow in his literary hero’s footsteps, Jarad Dewing learned that not all heroes are what they seem.
If we are going to leave a better future for our kids and grand kids, we need to rise up as a global community and take action.
Great sex is great—says a self-confessed sex addict. But mastering technique doesn’t guarantee long-term satisfaction.
Oscar nominee Viola Davis has been cast as Amanda Waller, the tough as nails Director of the Suicide Squad.
Remember when an upset win was relished by the entire student body? Mike Kasdan is sad to report that at Yale that may no longer be the case: “Thanks a lot Professor Chen!”
Ty Phillips remembers a day with his three-year-old daughter when anxiety and depression almost got the better of him.
When I read about folks hassling the bell ringers over Salvation Army policies, it’s hard not to think of it as a form of bullying.
Arthur Chu explains how there are angry nerds who have built careers on casting themselves as victims.
Erin Kelly believes there’s more to love and friendship than what society portrays.
Yes the race to see who will succeed Obama in the White House is in full swing, but polls don’t really tell us anything at this point.
Matthew Rozsa meditates on what we lost when Gabby Giffords was shot … and what we can still hope for.
James Shotwell’s look back on 2014 and the songs that had a profound impact on his life.
Writers from new anthology Blue, Too: Writing By (for or about) Working-Class Queers share why they chose to participate in such a personal project.
F. Flobo Boyce remembers neighborhood Christmases with his family.
Jordan Gray says that putting down roots doesn’t chain you down, it grounds you. —– For the past six years I couldn’t have been more of a commitment-phobe. I engaged in relationships with an obviously[Read More…]
Alexander Yarde knows what’s on his holiday list this year.
You Don’t Know Jack About MS™ was created for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) and their loved ones by Jack Osbourne, in partnership with Teva Neuroscience.
What’s the one holiday album that you could listen to anytime of the year? The one that you think is as important as any other album its creator has ever released?
Is anything inappropriate to wear to class anymore?
Meeghan Mousaw offers insight into how redshirting helps a child to grow socially and intellectually giving the child added confidence to assist with learning.
When you’re ready to take that next step with a woman, think carefully. What you say isn’t always what she hears.