The legacy of racism is everywhere in American history, from marble mansions to ordinary streetcorners. We must reckon with it.
The second installment of my analysis of "Brave New World" of 2010s cinema involves examples spanning the globe from the U.S., England, Ireland and Russia.
I've now lost too many friends and acquaintances to a creeping moral darkness that is hard to fathom. This is the reality of the world we live in.
Most Internet platforms understand that Jones is a purveyor of hate speech. Twitter, however, doesn't seem to get it.
The horrific border policy of tearing apart families and imprisoning innocent children is nothing less than a crime against humanity.
I require no lectures from purveyors of pseudohistory and other nonsense on the standards of the historical profession.
Hint: it has to do with Nazis, Russian bots and Donald Trump.
The last few days have made it very difficult to feel pride at being an American. The violence and hatred at a racist rally in [...]
The second short story from a troubled near-future America shows another dark side of the implications of authoritarianism.
Misguided people who try to use medieval history to advance modern ideologies are missing the point--and are seriously damaging our understanding of the past.