With the ascent of Donald Trump to the highest office in the land our nation is now embroiled in a crisis not seen in many years.
This article explores the idea that manslaughter was an appropriate punishment in this particular tragedy. It culminates with a broader point.
What should Americans really know about mass shootings? Mass shooting expert Jackie Schildkraut has the answer.
Sociological research demonstrates that when whites are exposed to the Confederate flag, it causes them to react more negatively toward blacks.
Many mental health professionals have publicly noted their concerns about Donald Trump’s mental health. There appear to be many different, but overlapping conditions, to describe his behavior.
In the late 1970s, the population of China was approaching one billion so the government decided to take action to slow down the growth rate. The policy has delivered mixed results.
GOP outreach to African Americans will be ineffective until the party stops doing the things that push them away.
Humans are social creatures, so isolating someone from contact with others can have profound and negative psychological effects.
Sadly, echoes of the bitter segregationists are still heard today even among those who seek high office.
No matter what you believe as far as Keaton Jones or his mother Kimberly is concerned, there are still lessons to be taken from the situation.
The symbolism of the Confederate flag is defined by its repellent history, not the belief of its supporters that it has nothing to do with racism, but symbolizes the best in Southern heritage.
The truth of the matter is tobacco kills, but quitting the nasty habit also carries a series of long term side effects. If you don’t like being lied to, this is a must read.
Delving into a few examples of faulty capitalist practices in our culture that most of us subscribe to.