In the wake of an election that could turn the whole planet upside down, many people are trying to educate us liberals and Democrats on what we “missed.” According … Continue Reading The last great gasp of the middle class
As Americans commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights March in Selma today, a little-known fact is coming to the fore. The bridge where the march occurred is named … Continue Reading Marching on a Klan monument: Have we kept the promise?
Technological advances have bestowed huge benefits on our lives and our capacity to explore the unknown. But we have also paid a dear price for those gains, both as individuals … Continue Reading The human cost of technology
It’s official. The United States is not what it once was or was intended to be—a great society. Today, our country is cheapened by greed, blinded by fear, and contaminated … Continue Reading A great society gone for good?