88% of young adults are living with their parents!
And what game is America playing with them?
Instead of constantly fighting each other, Americans need to find more common ground.
F. Scott Fitzgerald saw a precious strength in America’s big dreams and bigger heart; but online callout culture is turning most of us all into callous cynics.
Racism is deceptive and misunderstood as a social construct—which is shocking for something that is as American as apple pie and older than America.
That a highly controlled Singapore decided to give this play a go-ahead is a clear signal that no place on earth can continue to ignore underlying tension amongst communities that need to flourish together.
Society, it seems to me, pushes young (and younger) men away from circumspection into head-down, get ‘er done unsentimentalism.
The nomination of Dr. Carson can be viewed as radical, in a context that’s more about competence rather than character.
Why the President-elect can’t unify America while ostracizing journalists.
Aradhana Pandey gives us some words of wisdom in dealing with the results of this election.
We need to move past the marketing of fear and fault and work towards building common ground to restore the sense of a shared American community.
Being persuasive isn’t about scaring the other person into coming around, it’s about letting them feel that it was their idea in the first place.
I learned that black ain’t supposed to be smart. Black is supposed to be athlete or thug.
Jon Snow knows he is lucky. He just wishes other people were as well.
We are all vulnerable now, America, and in an unprecedented way—we are all at risk.
From sea to shining Chablis, Isaac Baker knows all the right wines in all the right places.