I don’t pledge allegiance to the American flag anymore. I pledge allegiance to a different flag.
What Renner Larson’s grandfather, uncle and Dick Van Dyke taught him about masculinity.
Therapy is about more than showing up and spilling your guts. It’s a relationship that requires work from both players.
This week, the Space/Time Continuum weighs in on war and price of men today—a must read before World War Three.
In the wake of a crash at a British Air Show, Glen Poole wonders about our human propensity to go to war, and the ways in which men have been creating evermore inventive ways both to kill people and save people’s lives.
Endless occupations, big government, the imperial theme, and teen soldiers—not easy topics for high schoolers.
Some went willingly, some went reluctantly, some signed up their horses. The volunteer soldiers of World War I.
In case of a violent attack, J. A. Drew Diaz says that it’s time to embrace the corollary to the Boy Scout motto: be prepared to fight back.
Cooper Fleishman sits down with Moriel Rothman, an American in Israel who will go to jail rather than be forced to join the Israeli Armed Forces.
This is a comment by Veteran on the post “What Do Pacifists Do on Memorial Day?”
Tom Matlack wrestles with the meaning of Memorial Day for a guy raised by Quakers.
Society tells us that a man fights back, but is that truly the best thing to do?