SOURCE: New York Times
The conservative talk radio host and de facto head of the Republican Party died on February 17 after a long career of airing right-wing grievances and attacking liberals, feminists, environmentalists, Democrats, and Black political leaders.
SOURCE: The Way of Improvement Leads Home
When False Allegations from Court Evangelical Charlie Kirk Resulted in Death Threats to a Harvard Professor
by John Fea
When right-wing outrage merchants charge professors with thought crimes, is it ethical for the media to amplify those charges without investigation? Tucker Carlson says "sure."
by Tessa Morris-Suzuki
Is it possible that the best way to win future wars is to avoid them altogether? As simple as that question is, you will rarely hear it asked in the halls of power in Washington.
by Gertrude Himmelfarb
Toynbee Hall, a self-sustaining London community spearheaded by the Salvation Army, in 1902. Credit: Wiki Commons.Defeat, like death, concentrates the mind wonderfully. It also liberates the mind. People venture to think the unthinkable, or at least, the impermissible. A new generation of conservatives may be moved to reconsider some ideas that have fallen into disuse or even disrepute. Compassion is one such idea.
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