‘The person or persons who most affected the news and our lives, for good or ill, and embodied what was important about the year, for better or for worse.’
The nomination of Dr. Carson can be viewed as radical, in a context that’s more about competence rather than character.
We must move past mere sympathy and empathy into a commitment to dynamic action.
Nonetheless, in the midst of all of this, I sometimes find myself wondering if it really matters who the president of the United States is.
The ‘majority’ in America is now a frustrated mess—and more than twice divided.
Scott C. Best goes through the stages of grief following the election.
Who wouldn’t denounce hate crimes? A President Elect who has already failed his first test of leadership less than three days after his election.
The list of advertisers pulling away from Brietbart grows. Heavy hitters, included.
Gay people have made history by being among others who DON’T think exactly like them. To continue to progress gay rights, it’s critical to remain in mixed company, to continue to educate and inspire empathy for the cause.
Why the President-elect can’t unify America while ostracizing journalists.
Ask Donald Trump to speak definitively on diversity and inclusion.
During ‘An Astrophysicist Goes to the Movies,’ Mr. Neil deGrasse Tyson called science educator Bill Nye, who urged the public to address climate change.
The political structure we need to triumph over fear mongering is already in place, right here at home. Let us remember our commonalities: perseverance, healthy skepticism and goodwill.
Do we confuse the crisis style of leadership with true leadership that promotes development and peace?
Being a Socialist is no excuse to lionize a person whose oppression led to millions fleeing Cuba, and thousands dying at his hand.
As alarming as the current state of affairs is, “we the people” are still in charge of the destiny of our country.