We have the opportunity to look within the soul of America and determine how we want to proceed.
Any amateur politician can engage in lying. President Donald Trump is going further than that. He’s engaging in ‘post-truth’.
Kalimah Priforce wonders: where are the startups of color?
— The recent Washington Post article by Tara Bahrampour grabbed our attention: Crossing the Divide: Do men really have it easier? These transgender guys found the truth was more complex. We spoke with four men who transitioned as adults to the bodies in which they feel more comfortable. Their experiences reveal that the gulf between how society…
“The Post” authentically captures a time when freedom of speech, of the press, was so vital to who we are. That also resonates perhaps more so today.
It is sometimes hard to differentiate between those who create beauty and connection in the world with those who destroy beauty and cut off connections.
It’s time for the left-leaning media to come off the fence.
“If you can only look the part, that can be enough to get your foot in the door,” Ben Kawaller says.
Is it really “strong” and “supportive,” or is it more creepy, co-dependent, and controlling? You decide…
Secret documents, ‘fake’ news, classified reports, and the new ‘facts’ of the ClickBait Fourth Estate.
Anonymous has proven its heterogeneity in springing into action to redress a vast repertoire of perceived injustice.
It’s not that these teenagers’ epic prom-proposals aren’t romantic. But is this just too much pressure for a kid?
The Elf on the Shelf—creepy or not creepy? Kelly McQuain thinks not.
A small German town came up with a brilliant, peaceful and fun way to have neo-Nazis raise money against neo-Nazis.
Larry Womack replies to the Washington Post editorial of a cop, who said, “if you don’t want to get hurt, don’t challenge me.”
Dr. Emery Petchauer insists that this is educational malpractice and should stop immediately.