Senior Editor

Joel Hilliker

Did You Watch the State of the Union?

Words are powerful. Actions, more so.

Demand for change is as old and as universal as humanity itself.

Based on a perfect law, administered by leaders of perfect character

Educators know if they can shape the next generation, they can reshape society.

The division in Washington today reveals Iagos, Othellos and our own political tragedy.

We can’t live without it, and we can’t live with it. Why is governing ourselves always a lose-lose quandary?

Educators know if they can shape the next generation, they can reshape society.

Some scientists say wildfires, floods, droughts and dozens more disasters trace back to carbon emissions. But there is a disaster far more important they are missing.

In the streets throughout nations across Asia, Europe, South America, the Middle East and elsewhere, mobs are demanding change. Will they get it?

Amid terror and tragedy, something profoundly wonderful can arise.

How else can one respond to this world’s growing sin-sickness?

If you can’t tell, you’ll be fighting for the wrong causes.

The answer to this vital, yet little-considered question is plain.

‘The Few’ who fought to save Britain and the world teach us lessons for fighting more subtle but more dire threats today.

Scientists have measured it. Here’s what they found.

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