Photo taken on April 23, 2017 by Raj Sirohi.

This Land We Love


A Message from Citizens Meeting in Waynesville, Ohio

“We say unanimously that real people are more complicated and appealing than the stereotypes we have of them.”

Get on the Bus!


Please Support the 2017 One America Bus Tour.

In the long history of our country, this is the thing to do now.

Gone to the Tote-Sum

David Blankenhorn, The American Interest, 2/27/2017

Perhaps what truly has the power to keep us together in divisive times are the “mystic chords of memory.”

Post-Election Healing

David Blankenhorn, Noha Eyada, David Lapp, and Willard Spicer, 2/18/2017

How Clinton and Trump supporters came to agreement after a divisive election.

Calling Miss Manners

David Blankenhorn, 12/28/2016

How everyday violations of decency threaten a democracy.

Clinton’s Alinsky Problem—and Ours

David Blankenhorn, The American Interest, 10/11/2016

Saul Alinsky wasn’t a Marxist, and Hillary Clinton wasn’t his acolyte—though you wouldn’t know it from today’s political discourse.

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Listening to Trump Voters

David Blankenhorn, The American Interest, 8/02/2016

The commentariat spends a lot of time talking about Donald Trump—time that might be better spent listening to the people who are voting for him.