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The values I assimilated during those trips remain with me today – economy, courtesy, and love for family.
Being white doesn’t disqualify you from the conversation on racism. Jonathan Church on how to join.
There’s a thin line between freedom and chaos.
White, straight, cisgendered, and yet a minority—his story is one of self-awareness and unique universal acceptance.
Muhammad Ali was a controversial, charismatic, magnetic figure who managed to set the world on its heels.
Alex Yarde argues that if America was a bar patron and guns were alcohol—we’d have been cut off a LONG time ago.
Muhammad Ali was more than just a boxer, and we can take a page from his book, especially when faced with the obscene politics of this year’s election.
Even though the glory days have passed, he still loves drinking—even the awful parts.
Randy sits down with Donald to ask the hard-hitting questions Megyn Kelly left out.
What does your reaction to a hat say about your ability to avoid manipulation? A woman wore a hat to work at Home Depot. That hat said…
Molly Pennington is a white woman married to a black man who’s often profiled and harassed. Irrational fear of black men has to stop.
If it’s true that “this land is your land,” we must not be too different from each other.
Does the place of breakfast matter?
This week, Joe Medler creates his own ‘Bern’ defending the greatest social constructs and the ideas behind them.
Here are my top 10 things to get you into the 3%.