The New York Times released real voices from Trump rallies. We know, we could and couldn’t believe it either.
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Quiet, unassuming, and always dedicated to the work, Bill Cunningham was the biggest name in Fashion and Fashion Photography for the past 60 years. We remember him.
Vicious, violent ideologies – white supremacy, fascism, communism – have become a regular and acceptable presence in the public square. Where is the media pushback?
Embed from Getty Images The President is almost always aiming to unite others when he speaks, unlike Mr. Trump, who without question is the most polarizing figure in the 2016 race for the presidency. — New York Times columnist, Mr. David Brooks today took the words right out my mouth with his Op-Ed entitled ‘I…
In Mr. Sanders, voters have found a champion willing to not only fight, but dream.
A cult of personality may or may not be enough for Mr. Sanders and Mr. Trump to win their parties’ nomination, but it’s certainly assisted them in getting the mainstream’s attention.
Dr. Elwood Watson doesn’t have kids, doesn’t want them and does not care what your opinion is on the matter.
The New York Times’s Florence Fabricant gives etiquette advice for entertaining on Thanksgiving.
The New York Times tried to define him and failed. John Glass is trying now. Should we be defining him? Isn’t it up to men to define themselves?
Jessica Lahitou on what a modern man is, and the difference between angry men and angry women.
The New York Times proposes 36 questions. The Wall Street Journal suggests 6. Anna Rosenblum Palmer and her husband narrow it down to one.
Clay Calvert examines and explains the reasoning behind the censorship of books and how schools and libraries get to pull this off.
There’s bad news. There’s good news. And then there’s the kind of conversation we have here on The Good Men Project.
Looking for love? Hoping to fall back in love? Bob Marrow tracked down the questions that can create, and possibly restore, intimacy.
RIP David Carr (1956-2015)
Thomas Fiffer challenges the media to engage in a serious, two-sided conversation about the roles and responsibilities of men and women in breaking the cycle of violence and abuse.