Over at The Atlantic, Adam Serwer wades into the debate, and pushback, regarding The New York Times Magazine’s “1619 Project” issue. What say you?
The past isn’t ever really past, and ghosts don’t ever die. So instead of avoiding them or feeling bad, maybe try confronting them a little bit?
As long as this great experiment in a free people self governing is to continue, it is good and proper to reflect on those Americans who carried the load when it mattered the most
The 2010s are the first decade since the 1910s where the Yankees didn’t win a pennant.
“Keep politics out of sports!” “Just report what happens on the field!” This isn’t how it works.
Joe Biden talked about these formative events to a generation. The problem is that was not only a generation ago, but nearly two generations ago.
The story of Handel, a young Mozart, a Dutch church, Johnny Cash, and holding my kids hand, all set to the subtle sounds of a pipe organ.
History has been something that my father has given me with very little in return; not simply because I don’t want to give back to that tradition, but because I haven’t yet had the life to lead which gives to the story of my family and of mankind as a whole.
The dirty history of West Virginians trying to get clean of documentary perceptions.
When people’s children are more likely to survive, they have fewer of them. This is a great triumph of the modern era.