The American Experiment relies on a public dedicated to civic virtues that promote unity rather than difference, and principle rather than politics.
America has moved rapidly down the path of polarization — faster than other nations.
Rather than respond to every symptomatic problem, the data suggest that we should move toward rediscovering, reviving and reprioritizing civics and history education.
Just as we did with STEM education, we can reprioritize history and civics.
America is our republic — if we can keep it.
When will we learn that the “us vs. them” approach — pitting traditional models and structures against innovation and change — is not solving the problem?
Religious liberty, properly understood, requires liberty for all — including the most traditional of organized religions, as well as members of unpopular religious minorities and people who claim no religious affiliation.