By Gary M. Feinman The New Gilded Age, wars along the Russian border, a global pandemic, battles for women’s rights, even the Titanic: history does rhyme with the present. Yet as former New York Times columnist Bob Herbert once observed: “If history tells us anything, it’s that we never learn from history.” That’s something we can […]
Political partisanship has a neurobiological basis, a new study shows. It is predicted by the way our brains process basic political words or concepts.
Americans discard 100 billion plastic bags annually, the equivalent of 12 million barrels of oil.
Matt Thomas was driving Interstate 75 through the Detroit area about two years ago when he caught his first glimpse of “dead” cars—the partially manufactured vehicles marooned on sprawling factory lots amid the shortage of microchips needed for the autos’ safety, entertainment, and GPS systems.
Conservative icon Bill Kristol appeared on Meet The Press Daily to speak out against the Trump Republican Party and sent a message that is music to the ears of Democrats.
If there is any doubt that the president is living in the land of fantasy. His spokesperson said the science should not stand in the way of this.
If just to return to decisions made on science, we need a change. “Kill all the lawyers.” Misusers of the line from Shakespeare’s “Henry VI” see a put-down of the legal profession in it. Nah. It is a tribute. It comes from a rogue who wants chaos and lawlessness. Listen closely and you’ll hear it […]
John Fugelsang unloaded on Rick Santorum and his evangelical ilk for criticizing the Pope on his climate change stance which in fact is biblical.