We can hear the authoritarian echoes in both Trump’s and Bolsonaro’s policies to lower higher education.
Kilmeade and Rubio agree that Plato, the guy who founded the West's first institute of higher learning, should have been a welder
This is not an epistle of despair, but more of a secular gospel of hope, and a plan for positive change that can come about only through a revolution in thinking
Mat Staver's "moral objectivity" is anything but objective, and seems to be based on what he needs to be true in any given situation
Kevin Sorbo and Rick Wiles say atheists know God exists and hate him for "judging how they live their life."
The Religious Right’s reaction to Phil Robertson’s suspension is not only what Jesus expected out of his followers, but it has got me thinking once again about the politics of certainty.
I was reading this morning an article in The Atlantic, Our God-Given Constitutional Right to a Television Show detailing the “heart warming collection of affectionate and supportive notes sent by loving Christians” to writer Josh Barro “to save him from his sinful and murderous ways.” Josh Barro had the temerity to pen an article for Business Insider critical of Phil Robertson.
Accumulating research suggests political beliefs are hard-wired into our biology, so can conservatives change their minds?
Not all liberals are progressive, and not all progressives are liberal. And when we discuss politics, we must recognize and respect our differences.
In Why America Needs a Left, Eli Zaretsky makes a case for a 'hard' left, something beyond either progressivism or liberalism
Psychologist Jonathan Haidt has been selling the notion that he understands liberals & conservatives, while basically badmouthing liberals