Hillary Clinton’s speech yesterday from Reno was an instant classic. The highlights (in handy-dandy shareable meme form) are right here.
Why do we repeat the same “lessons learned” expecting to get a different result?
John Oliver has had enough from this “self-serving half man who has somehow convinced half the country that sacrifice is the same as success.”
Which “America” are we headed toward choosing in November—a 1950s throwback or a 2016 and future we need to carefully build?
The Good Men Project needs writers on a variety of social and political topics—is this you?
Is this a bump in the road to progress, or the future of politics in America?
What can Good Men learn from two political experts that the American people don’t already know?
What is required to liberate us from the absolute stronghold the debt narrative has over our industrial global culture?
Too many have replaced Patriotism with Nationalism. America is far worse because of it.
How do we react when confronted with our privilege?
We are less than six months from the presidential elections of 2016, and I have absolutely no idea what to do.
A few words about war, peace, economics, religion, education, and running the country from the past occupants of The White House.
The Good Men Project Social Justice and Ethics Team wants to hear from you: What makes a candidate Presidential?
Jeremy McKeen has one chance to run for the President of the United States, and he’s going for it. — Thank the Founding Fathers and Mothers for a long American campaign season. This gives the people and media enough time to fall in love with, cover and analyze, and then forget the very people who think…
Sean Davis came from the poorest of the poor, from the white-trash, from food stamps and toys made from boxes of government cheese—and he has a message for America.
So what do you think dear readers, who in the field is the real man?