Tracing America’s Legacy Of War From Atlanta To Aleppo November 18, 2014
Union Army Maj. Gen. Sherman understood the full extent of the cruelty, atrocities and death that are required to “win.” Looking now toward the Middle East, it’s important to consider to what extent we’re willing to take our
The GOP Shows What Fear And Loathing Can Do In An Election Cycle By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
With Dems largely unlikely to turn out for non-presidential elections, the GOP was able to use a manipulative strategy of fearmongering and playing on people’s ignorance to get its voter base to the polls, eager to “take this country back.”
The Right To Vote Shall Not Be Infringed — Or Shall It? By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
Is the right to vote as much of a right as we think it is? Despite a number of amendments to the Constitution that have expanded access to voting booths, the Constitution still doesn’t approach voting with a positive “one person, one vote” theory.
Catching A Glimpse Of America’s Future In Ferguson By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
The demographic, cultural and economic changes unfolding in America will eventually leave the country looking a lot like Ferguson today: divided between a rich, white minority establishment and a largely disenfranchised, multi-racial majority.
Why Conservatives Have Turned Against Education Reform By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
Conservatives are approaching Common Core as if it were some kind of communist plot intended to put a nail in the coffin of the notion of American exceptionalism by teaching U.S. schoolchildren the facts about history and, worse, science.
ISIS And The Middle East’s Long Con By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
L’affaire de Salaita And The Israel Lobby’s Cardboard Castles By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
How one relatively unknown professor’s dismissal from an unremarkable department at a big state university reflects the weakening pro-Israel lobby.