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Nothing else makes much sense.
History from the time of Harry Truman teaches us that presidents have very little influence on the economy.
My grandkids were fascinated and played with intensity. Two of them formed an alliance against me for a time to keep me from conquering the world. I, of course, took advantage of all the “teachable moments.”
Knowing and understanding tribalism can offer a solution to the divisions at home and abroad.
Being kind to others, especially those who have harmed or hurt us, comes as a result of seeing others as our equals.
The Supreme Court clearly held that cake decorating (or flower arranging) is a form of free speech, and therefore protected under the First Amendment.
Foreign leaders are left confused and unsure whether the U.S. will follow through with its foreign commitments.
Don’t get caught up in the techniques people use to ignore rational arguments.
The 14th Amendment equal protection clause does not negate the First Amendment religious freedom clause.
A new study finds white people may become more intolerant as America becomes less white.
Many questions will be answered by the nation’s highest court this summer.
Why did Truman recognize Israel so quickly and why do we care about modern Israel, enough to bring the ire of the Muslim world down upon us?
There’s another brewing between Alberta and British Columbia.
The dangers of authoritarianism are a far greater threat to the nation than seeing rising racial equality and religious diversity brought about by immigration.
Concern about the evil potential of humans is woven into our Constitution’s DNA.
We only see what we value.
Having a common enemy is an effective means to cover over differences between political ideologies and unite the nation against a common foe.
That foresight into the future was a real advantage to me when raising my own children.
The length of an office holder’s term affects his/her approach while in office.
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”