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Supporting Future Generations of Voters

According to Vote.org, there are an estimated eight million newly eligible voters since the last election cycle and eighty-nine percent of young people indicate they might vote. In their recent get-out-the-vote webinar, they shared research by... Read More

The Dog Delusion

There was a time when "Dog is my co-pilot" was merely a fun slap at the "God is my co-pilot" bumper sticker, and it was funny precisely because nobody would ever think to elevate their dog... Read More

The Houston Riot of 1917 A Century after 13 Black Soldiers Were Executed, Relatives Still Seeking Justice

The streets of Houston down which rioting black soldiers marched 100 years ago are now inevitably gentrified with lovely looking houses, as residents—almost all white—walk their dogs and relax in the Texas sun. Where the march... Read More

CHURCH & STATE | Welcome to Gilead Have you noticed that parts of America are looking very dystopian these days?

It used to be, if you wanted a glimpse of what life would be like in an America that had become a nightmarish theocracy, you had to read a book like Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale.... Read More