Honest and vulnerable.
I’ve done the work on guns. I own one. I’ve fired just about every kind. I’ve packed them up in containers and hauled them around the world and spent hours lining them […]
When they knelt, what did you feel? Did you feel anger? Or was it pride? Or nothing at all. Here’s a different question: How far down on the list of emotions was […]
Larry Mullen’s snare drum rips a hole in the darkness and silence with that iconic march. The unmistakable metallic, rattling scream of The Edge crashes off the walls of the stadium and […]
The Civil War started in Missouri. 40 years before anyone fired a shot, the state’s admission into the Union as a slave state drew a literal line in the dirt between states […]
Dunbar’s Number is 150. That’s the number of people anthropologist Robin Dunbar claims we humans can maintain social relationships with based on our cognitive limits. Dunbar calculated that number from the ratio […]
A few weeks ago, a reader posted a question in the comments section of an essay I wrote on the topic of Confederate monuments. I’ve said just about all that I think […]