We Asked Gen Mattis About Why Civilians Don’t Understand War
Marine Gen. James Mattis and Kori Schake, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, on the risks posed by a broadening civil-military divide.
What to Do the First Day of School (and Why)
Teaching is the profession that makes every other profession possible. It all starts that first day of school, Justin Minkel writes.
10 Healthy Team Snacks for Kids' Sports
Ditch the chips and cookies and bring these healthier team snacks to your child's game instead.
What people don't understand about paying for mental health treatment.
Every year millions of Americans face mental-health challenges, often at great expense.
7 Tips to Get Kids Started Doing Social Justice Projects
“Until the great mass of the people shall be filled with the sense of responsibility for each other’s welfare, social justice can never be attained.” – HELEN KELLER The first time I realized the power of involving kids in social justice projects was when one of my sons was just four. The two of us had [&hellip
What Is Messianic Judaism?
Messianic Judaism is the name given to New Covenant faith in Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah by those who are of Jewish heritage. It also invites into fellowship Gentiles who are called to embrace an expression of faith in Yeshua in a Jewish communal context. One of the most disconcerting things about the separation that has grown between Christianity and Judaism is the belief by Jewish people that Jesus contradicts and opposes Judaism. On the contrary, Yeshua Himself was Jewish, as were most of His first followers and disciples.
I Am the Black Woman Who Interrupted the Netroots Presidential Town Hall, and This Is Why
Black organizers claimed our rightful place at the front of the progressive movement.
What Muslim Life In America Really Looks Like
The diversity of Muslims in the United States is vast, and so is the breadth of the Muslim American experience. Relaying short anecdotes representative of their everyday lives, nine Muslim Americans demonstrate both the adversities and blessings of Muslim American life.
3 tips to remember on Election Day
3 tips to remember on Election Day Translate this page 11/07/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff If you're voting tomorrow, on Election Day, you may be in for a wait. During early voting, an all-time-high number of registered voters cast their ballots, and counties across the state saw record-breaking turnout . Plus, voter turnout is usually high during presidential elections Here are a few reminders before you get in line. Know when and where to go. Polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. Visit votetexas.gov to find your polling place and other helpful election info. Don’t stop at the top. Your ballot will have much more than just the presidency. Several federal and state races are down your ballot, and you have important local elections, like city council…
Adventure travelers leading way in Nepal’s tourism recovery: Travel Weekly
Avid trekkers who accounted for much of the country’s tourism dollars prior to the quakes are combining trekking and voluntourism efforts.