A study last year of 111 former NFL players found that 110 had CTE. Isn’t it time we re-evaluated the cost of the game we love so much?
The power of redemption fills the album, as it did Cash’s life. And the impact of that recording is still felt today.
No more excuses for low voter turnout. Full Stop.
How do we reconcile the fact that some people can make great art that affects us in a deeply personal way, but do horrible things?
It’s clear is that this is not only a pattern of behavior for many in a position of power, but also that those affected have crossed a turning point.
From being resigned to singledom, to having a family, to finding joy even in the face of a long, hard road.
This anxiety becomes a part of your everyday life.
In a period in which partisanship has taken hold to an unhealthy degree, McCain represents something we need to encourage in our politicians.
It shows how much our society still expects women, and even young girls, to take responsibility for the sexual behavior and lack of impulse control of men.
Michael Carley has some thoughts for students about to make the transition from one life to another.
If there is to be hope for improvement this is how it will be achieved. By people talking and truly listening to each other, even when they disagree.
Take a breath before you respond to any question. Don’t let her see you take it.
In fatherhood, humility is one of the most necessary and important character traits that can be exhibited.
You hear all kinds of reasons not to vote. Ignore them. Vote anyway.
How does a father explain to his young son about the disease that is slowly taking away his mom?
For many the thought of someone voting for Trump is inconceivable, Michael Carley examines why we shouldn’t be surprised.