SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Adam Rothman
The term is trendy but vacuous. Look to history, not prehistory, to understand U.S. challenges.
SOURCE: Political Wire
The president’s claim is not backed up by Nielsen’s numbers, which show Barack Obama at 48 million viewers in 2010, George W. Bush at 51.7 million in 202 and Bill Clinton at 45.8 million in 1994.
SOURCE: Literary Hub
by T.J. Stiles
His answer? 400 years of tribalism, genocide, explosion and imprisonment.
SOURCE: The Mercury News
by Victor Davis Hanson
"We are in the middle, not at the end, of a long North Korean crisis. But we need to ensure that worries over how the crisis escalates will be all Chinese and North Korean — and not our own."
SOURCE: New York Magazine
by Andrew Sullivan
Tribalism was an urge our Founding Fathers assumed we could overcome. And so it has become our greatest vulnerability.
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