The New York Times proposes 36 questions. The Wall Street Journal suggests 6. Anna Rosenblum Palmer and her husband narrow it down to one.
Do we need to stop setting the bar too high when it comes to innovation and ambition? Ken Goldstein takes a look.
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?
Rick Mandler breaks down the absurdity of Tom Perkins’ comparison of persecution of the 1% to Nazi anti-semitism.
Every State of the Union is supposed to be “more than just a speech” but in reality they are all just a speech.
Golfer Hunter Mahan walked away from a possible million-dollar payday to be at his daughter’s birth. Scott Behson says the overwhelmingly positive reaction demonstrates society’s attitudes towards fathers’ roles are changing.
Canadian Michael Cusden fought guilt and worry at the onset of his six-month parental leave.
Reports in mainstream media confirm the same thing: Men and women are equally dissatisfied with current work-life balance, reports Scott Behson
Tim Lincecum is just one of many pitching aces who’s lost his fastball. Neil Cohen wonders if it matters? (Hint: yes, if you’re Lincecum)
Mark D. White challenges a Wall Street Journal article that uses tired and insulting clichés about men and sex.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) unanimously adopted resolutions against marriage equality on Friday, despite rising support for the idea among voters nationwide.
Nearly 79% polled say they know or work with someone who is homosexual, which is an increase of 14 points since December.
Harris O’Malley challenges the notion that there is an epidemic of man-children in society today.
How one continuous game of tag has kept the friendship of 9 men going strong since high school.
A preference for full-time work over full-time childcare does not make for a bad parent