In 1800, the urban population of the United States was 6%; 94% was rural. According to the 2010 census, 81% of Americans live in
So many adults think that it is so cute, even enlightening, when a student such as Emma Gonzalez at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
One of the excuses de jour of why to not enact stringent gun controls is that the problems would be solved if guns were
It’s an outlier. It is essentially unrelatable to the other nine amendments in the Bill of Rights or anything else in the U.S. Constitution.
I feel fortunate in my work life because for the most part I have worked with more women than men. At the risk of
It should not surprise us that Judge Roy Moore supporters and others on the extreme right have taken to lambasting the Washington Post. When
Mitch McConnell, Sarah Huckabee Sanders and most other Republicans are champions when it comes to playing “Kick the can down the road.” You can
So, we are largely a nation of test-takers rather than critical thinkers. This can tell you a lot about the obsession so many have
If you were looking for a hackneyed and inelegant metaphor for privilege and inequality, the building I work in would be an excellent choice.
This week we have another heart-warming story from our St. Louis Community. A man named Jake Austin runs a special service, a Shower the