No one in American history has won more votes than Donald Trump did last November, save for Joe Biden, who won over 81 million popular votes.
Katy Faust joins with Stacy Manning in their new book 'Them Before Us: Why We Need a Global Childrens Rights Movement'.
The inclusion in the American Constitution of the right for free men to pursue happiness strikes me as naļve as Google's motto 'don't be evil'.
It is little understood that whilst this 'Commonwealth of ours' today assumes an all-inclusive Commonwealth, the Commonwealth of 1901 included only six states and ignored the Commonwealth of Aboriginal Nations.
Such a comfortable dream of a middle ground is beguiling because most of us hate conflict. We just want to get on with our lives without all the angst.
This story focuses on how the news media 'injects' a world view in to that reality, creating delusion more akin to schizophrenia than an approximate perception of cause and events.
The writings and speeches of Martin Luther King Jr explore the idea that passive acceptance of injustice means acceptance of injustice and cooperation with evil.
Rod Dreher wrote his latest book to relay to us the warnings of others about a looming soft totalitarianism in the West.
First there were kings and nobles and knights and peasants. While the kings had the power, and were supported by the knights, there was nothing much the peasants could do.
Who would have thought the New York Times would ever come out against the secular state?
From the infamous Boss Tweed of Tammany Hall notoriety of New York City in the late 19th century, to the present, council maladministration, if not outright corruption, has too often been co-driver with council governance.
As a Biden-Harris victory becomes apparent in the United States Presidential race it's well to consider the various stratum of voters and how they have determined the result.