Lorena Peña’s proposed reform comes at an inopportune time, and will face strong public opposition from pro-life organizations and the Church.
Month: October 2016
Requiem for a Conservative
Trump’s approach is more than a strategic failure, it’s an abdication of his role as the leader of conservatism in America.
For Trump Voters, Sympathy is a Two-Way Street
For the country to truly move forward and heal its divisions, the very first step must be for Trump supporters to fully and unequivocally accept the American-ness of the groups that Trump has targeted.
A Conversation with Michael Sam
We spoke with Michael Sam about masculinity in the NFL, his experience of being drafted, and recommendations Sam has for coaches of young athletes.
Talking to People you Hate: Responsibly Managing our Political Divide
Next time you meet someone who isn’t voting the way you are, don’t argue at them. Don’t try to convince them of anything. Listen, ask genuine questions, and try to get them to convince you.
A Rigged Election? All Trump-ed Up
Any candidate that pursues Trump’s tactics is knowingly or unknowingly undermining the legitimacy of the electoral system.
Habitat III: A New Approach to Urban Development?
International pressure and shifting global norms may encourage Latin American governments to make urban development more inclusive and peaceful.
A Conversation with Angie Bryan
A conversation with Angie Bryan about her 25 years in the U.S. Foreign Service.
“No Fly No Buy”and the Second Amendment
So long as the Second Amendment is in place, it is impossible to implement many “common sense” gun laws; lawmakers’ hands are tied because having gun ownership considered a “right” rather than a “privilege” supersedes any logical bill regarding firearms.
The Dalai Lama’s visit to Europe is more important than his Trump impression
The Dalai Lama should be commended for his mockery of Trump, but he and his hosts should also be recognized for their bravery in taking on the great red bully in addition to the great orange one.