Raphael Warnock’s powerful victory speech spoke to the path we have to make our country greater.
The anniversary of the first Lincoln-Douglas Debate reminds us of all we’re missing in the search for wise leaders.
David McCullough, who passed away recently, believed history is an antidote to self-pity and self-importance.
Fiona Hill’s remarkable memoir that recognizes that we succeed as a country only when we all thrive.
Celebrating the optimism, expertise, wonder, and open-mindedness that gave us the Webb telescope.
Pay attention when thoughtful people tell you of the things they’ve learned through the years.
There are things we know but don’t know that we know…and some of them just ain’t so.
Historian Heather Cox Richardson’s interview with President Biden arrived on my birthday. What a gift.
There’s always time to be kind: good thoughts for Valentine’s Day during a winter break.
Desmond Tutu: “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”