Preservation and access to the records of government is required for an informed population…and democracy.
The first day of school reminds us that we are not bound by the time between our birthdays and last days.
Carol Anderson’s important work on the lengths those who fear democracy will go to disrupt it.
The anniversary of the first Lincoln-Douglas Debate reminds us of all we’re missing in the search for wise leaders.
James Runcie on what it must have been like to sing, play, and hear Bach’s music for the very first time.
The image differentiates cartoons from other commentary…It “touches a more visceral spot in the brain “
Online newsletters are an excellent way to cut out the “corporate” in the media we consume.
David McCullough, who passed away recently, believed history is an antidote to self-pity and self-importance.
Today, for some strange reason, seemed like a good time to hear James Booker and Classified.
Each month I have a goal of reading five books. Here’s my list from July 2022.