Relationships and politics

Relationships and politics

You open Facebook over your morning coffee, looking for signs of life, joy, and human connection. Your normal community activities are cancelled, every day is feeling a bit like Groundhog Day, and you could use a boost. And you get one! A friend you haven’t seen in...
Small Business and the American Dream

Small Business and the American Dream

Americans love small businesses, because they reflect many of the things we value: being self-made, creative, helping others, and being good neighbors. In short, small businesses embody many of the characteristics we think of as distinctly American. Small businesses...
Remember 2019?

Remember 2019?

Cast your mind back to the year 2019. I know it seems like a lifetime ago. What were the big news stories of the year? Can you even remember? No need, Google does! At the international level, Notre Dame burned, Hong Kong was erupting with protests and concerns about...
Fear and shortucts

Fear and shortucts

Fear, the air is thick with it right now. And election season seems to exacerbate the problem. Stoking fear may be an effective way to mobilize people to get out and vote, but fear doesn’t seem quite as likely to bring people together to bring about long lasting...
News you can actually use

News you can actually use

As an avowed hater of email, it’s come as a great surprise to me that one of the ways I get my most interesting and thought provoking reading these days is through email. We spoke this week with Marshall Kosloff, of the Lincoln Network, on the Civil Squared podcast...

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