LeBron jersey burning
October 17th, 2019

A frequent champion for civil rights issues in the U.S., the NBA is curiously refusing to take a stand on clear instances of injustice in one of its most profitable markets – leading fans and analysts alike to point out the hypocrisy of this deafening silence. Continue reading

Witches protesting Trump
December 17th, 2018

Many witches have taken issue with President Trump’s use of the phrase “witch hunt,” arguing the term is both problematic and historically inaccurate. But they’re not optimistic their voices will be heard. Continue reading

Alfie Evans in a hospital bed
April 24th, 2018

When Alfie Evans was declared brain-dead, his parents vowed to fight for him with everything they had. However, doctors insist he cannot be treated and have taken the boy off of life support. With time running out, Pope Francis is attempting to intervene. Continue reading

Apocalypse
March 16th, 2018

Hollywood and science fiction have long convinced us that ‘post-apocalyptic’ is a dark and dreary adjective, but it doesn’t have to be, argues our latest guest writer. What if the Apocalypse could actually bring about some good? Continue reading

Pope Francis speaking in Myanmar
November 28th, 2017

Pope Francis has completed a visit to Myanmar, though not without severely damaging his image as a peacemaker. Interesting enough, it’s not what he said — but what he didn’t say — that has sparked backlash from humanitarian groups worldwide. Continue reading

March 27th, 2014

How has religion contributed to the oppression of women and girls? Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter explores this question in a recent interview at The Huffington Post Web site, concluding that religious fundamentalism has misused religious texts to undermine gender … Continue reading