In his book The Righteous Mind, social psychologist Jonathn Haidt argues that sacredness – along with tradition, purity, and authority – is a morality that is often and highly practiced by Americans […]
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By Matt Johnson It is important to understand that the construct of race in the United States is special. It is special because it has been dynamically constructed through economic, political, and […]
How will the Earth “look in 2030 and beyond?” How will urbanization “change the face of the planet and the biodiversity that is an essential part of it?” As the narrator, Edward […]
Prelude How would Rand Paul, as president of the United States, deal with the hawks in Washington, D.C.? How would he deal with ISIS and American interests such as diplomatic outposts abroad? […]
Hollywood is just the most recent example of cultural ignorance in how many United States citizens view the African continent and its people. This perspective goes back more than 400 years to […]
Prelude Mr. Bernie Sanders is the junior senator from Vermont. He assumed his current senator position in January of 2007 and before that he represented Vermont as a U.S. representative for 16 […]
Over the next few months, the personality of the 2016 presidential campaign will emerge and come into focus as the various sides solidify their respective candidates and positions. And as usual, most […]