The real voices of moderation are the ones confronting extremism, not those seeking to accommodate it or share its power.
People don’t always do what they’re supposed to do, and it can get other people killed on occasion.
In recent decades the United States has racked up an impressive tally of victorious defeats — military victories followed by strategic failure.
If you’re willing to bundle up and venture out into the latest Vortex you can find some unique winter experiences here in the cities.
There are two types of racism involved here, one is personal — Zimmerman’s, the other institutional — the trial process.
The strength of the “Columbinus” is that it offers no explanation, it points to no direction, it just leaves us in the dark.
The March 30th NYTs carried a front page article about Indian Country that rolls up the nicest example of institutional racism I’ve seen a long time.
A four-part series considering the development of the interpretation of the Second Amendment.
President Obama had the better night, but both candidates need to do a better job actually answering voters’ questions.
On the importance of professional photographers and that which binds together humanity.
A review of “Just Ride: A Radically Practical Guide to Riding Your Bike” by Grant Petersen.
Constitutions are supposed to represent basic principles that vast majority of citizens will support, defend, or even fight and die for — adding controversial amendments that divide rather than unify undermines them.
Digital Cameras have obviously been a huge jump in technology and features but for the first time in the history of photography they have not led to a radical redesign of cameras themselves.
Before you declare an apology to be “meaningless” you need give those requesting the apology a chance to explain what it means to them.
The unique qualities of an NFL team make the contemplation of large subsidies an exercise in absurdity.