The Electoral College was an elitist institution designed to keep populist buffoons out of the Presidency.
This memoir gives us the hope that if just one man can make such a large difference, maybe the next generation working together can dismantle race-based inequality in legal, social, and economic systems and banish one source of injustice from the earth.
Mastery of life starts with mastery of the self. And mastery of the self requires an alternation of detachment from and engagement with the world.
No amount of coffee shop jazz or gentrified rap songs played on a device manufactured in a Malaysian sweat shop could assuage by bad feelings.
It treats a casual shared cup of coffee or a deep conversation on a road trip as earth shattering, life shaping events, as we ourselves often experience them.
It started as a far-off speck in a faraway land. Reports of coronavirus started trickling in from Wuhan, China by November of 2019. By December it was clear a pandemic […]
I remember 20 years ago saying his name. I remember talking about his exploits with the other children at the table. I remember talking about wanting to meet him, how […]
On the afternoon of March 22, 1943, a convoy of Nazi soldiers encircled the village of Khatyn in modern-day Belarus. The convoy had just survived an ambush by a group of Soviet […]
The news has lately been an unserious psychodrama, and journalists reduced to reporting an inane tweet punched out on the Presidential iPhone, or the latest entry in the impeached-or-not-impeached saga. […]