My Review of Hell or High Water with Jeff Bridges
Oklahoma Poet Laureate Benjamin Myers reflects on the pleasures and discontents of rural life.
…She wasn’t the one A short while before hipsters invaded Austin, Texas, circa 2002, I was debating whether I would move there myself to follow a girlfriend. She had moved back there (her home state) from where we lived together in California. We were attempting a distance relationship after a spring hiatus, under the solid…
Reckonings #11: How do people fundamentally change their hearts and minds?
As many men and women struggle to deal with what happened on Sunday morning, our collective responses—not reactions—deserve closer examination.
Embed from Getty Images Marco Rubio, a Florida Senator running for President, is avoiding the high road and instead stooping to the level of Mr. Donald Trump, a risky move that could cast a wide net of cynicism over the GOP. — It’s great advice for a child or an adult that, when facing a…
Everything that Mr. Trump is and isn’t capable of doing makes him great for the business of media, and bad for America.
Dr. Ben Carson won’t attend Thursday’s GOP debate, and doesn’t see a path to victory, but will remain a candidate, so long as donations are fluid, maybe.
The Ku Klux Klan has received mainstream media attention for its perceived alliance with a presidential candidate and for a street fight that ended with three detractors stabbed.
What will Super Tuesday mean for the future of America?
At final GOP debate before Super Tuesday, Dr. Ben Carson and Gov. John Kasich were given little mic time.
Europeans have long been fascinated with the American West, and a new linguistic phenomenon in Norway shows us why.
An inspiring story on how a Mexican immigrant became a top notch restaurant owner.
For high schoolers, football can be a proud badge of being human. So how do we keep that and yet acknowledge the toll of brain injuries in the NFL? Jessicah Lahitou explores the issues.
Because boys don’t need to learn confidence and girls aren’t going to college? Yeah, right!
Josten Bundy, 21, must write a Biblical verse twenty-five times daily for the next two years as part of his probation. Oh yeah, and he had to get married as well.