No matter how outnumbered or outmatched he is, no matter how hopeless it looks, he finds a way to triumph over impossible odds. Without superpowers.
Considering how Trump’s cabinet will control the future of housing, financing, healthcare, education and retirement for 99% of Americans – in which none of them have a vested interest – our future is more uncertain than ever.
Far too much of American Evangelicalism reveals a faith rooted in superiority and self-preservation; one that breeds hostility to those it sees as outsiders.
While women in the United States were making a point by burning their bras, we chose to start by refusing to burn women on their husband’s pyre.
What does “America First” mean to you and is the President delivering?
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.
Alex Yarde finds common ground with President Trump.. but his focus is different.
I propose to implement a gradual withdrawal from American politics and culture. There is more than enough for me to focus on in Europe and around the world.
Desire and death are never far apart; neither are beauty and tragedy.
50% 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.