Pioneers My people were Mormon pioneers. Is the blood still good? They stood in awe as truth Flew by like a dove And dropped a feather in the West. Where truth flies […]
Chris Henrichsen is a high school government teacher.
I have only discovered Joy Division over that last 5 years. I had heard of them before that. I knew some New Order songs. But only recently have I discover the dark […]
Forty years ago @JerryBrownGov was the governor of California. And some people thought he should run for president. pic.twitter.com/idjNXk2I0u — John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) July 16, 2015 Jello, take it away. I am […]
When they turn the pages of history When these days have passed long ago Will they read of us with sadness For the seeds that we let grow We turned our gaze […]
There’s no bread, let them eat cake There’s no end to what they’ll take Flaunt the fruits of noble birth Wash the salt into the earth But they’re marching to Bastille Day […]
Comedian Jim Gaffigan addresses not performing on Sundays in the above video (Source: Context with Lorna Dueck). Here is a similar quote from a 2013 feature in the New York Times: I’ll […]
In the following video, philosopher Judith Butler discusses her work and philosophy with Wesleyan University President Michael S. Roth. I particularly enjoyed hearing her discuss how the synagogue of her youth played […]
The original position is a social contract mechanism used by the philosopher John Rawls to establish the hypothetical conditions of fairness within which hypothetical participants will select the principles of justice. In many ways, the […]
May 4 1970 – US National Guard shoot dead 4 unarmed students & wound 9 anti-war protesters at Kent State University. pic.twitter.com/jP9FrtfTcb — DailyRadical History (@radicaldaily) May 4, 2015
Former 3-term U.S. Senator Larry Pressler joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint this past weekend. He was baptized by Harvard business professor Clayton Christensen and confirmed by Senate Minority […]
Play ball! It’s no coincidence that baseball’s opening day falls right around Easter and Passover, says Stephen Schneck, director of the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies at The Catholic University […]
Happy Easter. He is risen.