Of heroes and liars – from Atticus Finch to Rachel Dolezal

When Harper Lee published To Kill a Mockingbird in 1960, the concept of the White, Southern country lawyer defending a Negro accused of touching a White woman was inspirational. It showed how commitment to a moral cause could overcome social norms and bring justice to a community hungry for it. It also showed something else… Continue reading Of heroes and liars – from Atticus Finch to Rachel Dolezal

Romney’s Core

Given all the different positions that Mitt Romney has taken throughout his political career, it may be easy to label him a liar and a flip-flopper. But if voters are looking for the "real" Mitt, they will have a hard time trying to peer through the gauzy obfuscations to the man at the core. Mitt… Continue reading Romney’s Core