Photo taken on April 23, 2017 by Raj Sirohi.

This Land We Love

5/31/2017

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!

4/04/2017

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.