Treasure from the past surfacing in the present? That’s reason for thanksgiving
Something’s wrong with the Democrats—and it’s not quite déjà vu
The Democrats need to stop annoying voters long enough to save democracy
They teach critical thinking
In Letter to You, the Boss builds a prophetic community of hope
Do you want to make America great? Widen the circle.
“The great drawback upon the lives of these settlers, at present, is the unfitness of the women for their new lot.”
Both the “religious” and the “spiritual” among us have this in common: a longing for inspiration
On leaving the “moral chemotherapy” unit
“Here lie officers and men, Negroes and whites, rich men and poor . . . together.”
The infrastructure we need costs more than we know
The failed promise of the “electronic cottage” speaks across the decades
Does one form of authoritarianism justify another? The Claremont Institute seems to think so.
The fading of a republic yields harbingers aplenty
Sadly, Samford University’s decision to uninvite Jon Meacham was the right thing to do
As the Birmingham campaign shows, listening and confrontation go hand-in-hand
Think it doesn’t matter? Think again.
Facebook has us where it wants us
Illiberal rule mocks the liberal pretensions of the academy today
McDermott’s misrepresentations and evangelicals’ missed opportunities lead to lament