By: Leroy Seat Some people, like author Steven Pinker, say this is the best of times. However, with leaders in North Korea, Russia and the U.S. making threats with nuclear weapons, it could easily become the worst.
By: Mitch Randall The United States is a divided union, with both sides using stereotypes to stir up fear and hatred. We must seek and embrace a new model and strategy, using conversation and compromise to forge a more perfect union.
By: Richard Schweissing Regardless of his precise language, President Trump identified a huge block of people who by his standard are not welcome in this country. His words are unacceptable because we are all one in Christ.
By: Fred Guttman President Trump recently recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital. While there are many ways to approach what the president did, was it the right thing to do? One rabbi says yes, and here's why.
By: Yohanna Katanacho With the Middle East already embroiled with extreme religious ideologies, President Trump's decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem will give further ammunition for more speeches rooted in hate.
By: Mitch Randall President Trump attempted to honor Navajo Code Talkers in the Oval Office. His intent was commendable, but his language and the image on the wall behind him sent a very different message.
By: Zach Dawes We should praise President Trump's desire to rein in spending and reduce the national deficit, but we should also scrutinize and, when necessary, critique the means by which his administration proposes to do so.