Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton forego formalities as the general election campaign begins. Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and Allegheny College President James Mullen discuss the erosion of civility in politics.
While some real-life drama is playing out in the Republican presidential race, we have long had a fascination with politics in the world of entertainment. Stef Woods, a professor in the American Studies Program at American University, joined us how t
NEW DATE & LOCATION: OCTOBER 28, 2016 AT CORNING HIGH SCHOOL. Kal is a rising star in Hollywood with a passion for the intersection of pop culture and politics; he even took a two-year sabbatical to work full time for the White House.
The Good Book Blog January 6, 2016 Why should Christians care about citizenship and politics? After all, didn’t Jesus say that his kingdom was not from this world? (John 18:36) Didn’t the apostle Paul write that our citizenship in in heaven? (Philippians 3:20) God may have instituted civil authorities and empowered their coercive judgments (Romans 13:1) but that doesn’t mean we need to like that brood…