Can we sit together at a family feast without politics becoming a loaded topic?
We aren’t racist or religious zealots.
History has a scary and dangerous way of repeating itself.
In an increasingly divided conservative world split between Trump diehards and critics, two talking heads are maintaining positive scores above 50 percent on Twitter, while the rest aren’t doing so hot.
Trump voters and the conservative base don’t seem to care about how liberals think—why is that?
I was raised in the 1970’s and ‘80s by very Catholic, moderately Conservative Republican parents. Like most kids, I paid very little attention to politics—that was boring grown-up stuff. Still, in the tradition of “little pitchers have big ears,” I certainly listened enough to get some impressions, and again, like most kids, I adopted…
Pennsylvania Republicans worry about Latino immigrants, despite their presence improving the town’s economy.
Jude Mikal and Michael Kasdan present competing views on how to navigate politics on Facebook.
Will the use of these tactics by progressives cost Hillary the election?
A black man, and fellow conservative, offers his perspective on what many on the Right miss about America’s racial tensions.
Once we understand our role, then can we begin to accept our responsibilities and move towards an existence where it’s not all about us.
The debate on police-community relations is based on misconceptions rather than facts.
Donald Trump’s initial refusal to disavow David Duke reveals the prevalence of racism in America.
Trump is a maniac, but he might be exactly the maniac we need.
Ted Cruz Would Like To Make Phil Robertson A U.N. Ambassador, Praises Him For Speaking With “Joy”
Republicans are taking an unusually harsh stance on human rights this election season, and the latest endorsements of Ted Cruz show no improvement.