Political conversation has focused on promises made by those who want our vote in exchange for elements of our perceived survival.
Evergreen posts that exemplify what Ordinary Times is all about.
With that kind of empowerment and love at home, the Vice President-Elect was almost guaranteed a life of success and confidence.
I could see flames approaching from the east & south and my daughter whispered, “I love you, Mommy,” and my heart broke in a million pieces…
To dismantle the primary school system is not desirable, but it is necessary. What we have now is a triumph of the middle of the 20th Century…
It is the implementation of Brexit upon which contradictions that lay within Britain’s constitutional framework were most apparent
The play “Hamilton” offers us a false choice between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. But the two are morally equivalent.
The following story is meant to be humorous, and is not intended to represent men of steel or any other alloy for that matter.
It is completely banal in its utter ordinariness, and it is vital for precisely that reason. Prayer provides us with value and meaning in a desperate age.
Bigotry was not a life sentence, it was a decision people made, and so it was possible to choose something different. You could choose to change.
Superheroes aren’t real. All we have is people, and trading one group for another is not and never will be a cure for systemic flaws