South Dakota is a hotbed of virulent racism, perhaps without parallel anywhere else in the U.S.
Sooner or later the news will break that Nelson Mandela has died, and the frenzy whipped up by the media about 'what will happen next' will resume.
I thought of Sartre's "Anti-Semite and Jew" when I heard about the recent FOX News television interview with Reza Aslan.
If we don't rethink our strategy, the community will no longer support Saturday delivery, because we did not support them when they asked for our help.
In New York, Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit and other major cities - most recently, Seattle - workers have demanded "$15 and a union."
The most important criterion for judging the New York City mayoral candidates is who are the social forces behind them.
The Religious Society of Friends, known as Quakers, have an expression called "holding in the light..."
If people can't come across the Southern border, they will come down through Canada or as increasingly the case, by sea, to the Gulf or West coasts of the U.S.
With a price tag of $250 million, the George W. Bush library is the biggest and most expensive of the 13 that have been opened to recognize the former presidents.
I first read his (earlier) novel, Burning Valley, in college - a requirement for a class on "working class literature."