On Valentine’s Day, consider how curiosity, friendship, and beauty can curb an obsession with politics.
David Brooks’ ‘How to Know a Person’ offers a granular approach to national unity.
Alexandra Hudson’s ‘The Soul of Civility’ distinguishes civility from mere politeness or niceness.
Choose gratitude over performative politics this holiday.
We end up with more extreme candidates, for starters.
The Braver Angels organization seeks to help red and blue Americans see each other as neighbors instead of enemies.
When both sides try to peddle the same garbage in different packaging.
Plus: A sign that our polarization is only getting worse.
But it won’t come through politics. An exit interview with Sen. Ben Sasse.
While many of us want to pull back from the excesses of political savagery, others plunge headlong into the bloody fray.
America seems to want more government, but it needs less.
Such talk is fundamentally unserious and fundamentally immature.
When political violence occurs, sorting out the crazy from the politics can be difficult.
When political violence happens, our outrage should not be dependent upon which side of the aisle the victim sits.
Capitol Police have made changes to respond to threats over the past year, but the tide keeps rising.
Nancy Pelosi’s husband is attacked in their home by an assailant.