Being a Winner or a Sportsman My sons love their bikes and Hot Wheels—anything that moves really. My younger son, in particular, is a car fanatic. The boy can name makes of cars from far away. He recently said he wants a Tesla. He’s three. Along with his penchant for motors is a competitive streak.…
The Iffy Quotient measured misinformation on social media in the run-up to the recent elections. Facebook has gotten better at combating untrustworthy links, but Twitter still struggles.
Danez Smith discusses the root of a lot of the world’s ills.
Compassionate men, or women…may not want to read this Wikipedia article at all.
Do we confuse the crisis style of leadership with true leadership that promotes development and peace?
I’m not telling you that you have to have hope. Just allow me mine.
The path we choose will define our destiny as a nation
Morning-after reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election
It’s a privilege to temporarily escape the political madness, but when I walk out of the wilderness, only then will I find out who has been elected the next president of the United States.
The first presidential debate showed us the true colors of our candidates.
GMP Editor Lisa Duggan wonders if we can trust a woman to save us.
I miss the Obama/Romney debates… and I’m afraid we may never get that level of intelligence and decorum again.
Colin Powell is one of the most accomplished and trustworthy Republicans alive — we should listen to what he has to say, especially about Donald Trump.
Groundless political innuendo is the new gold standard for cable news.
Trump is a man of his word only in the sense that one never knows what words will come out of his mouth. That is not a politician even his supporters can trust.
I find Donald Trump’s entire candidacy disconcerting for many reasons.