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The Divided Church
If you attend a service in the small Roman Catholic church Sankt Maria in Carinthia, Austria, you might find that the pastor has to pause the sermon for ...
Meet Me in the Middle, I Dare You
Rumors have been circulating that Mathew McConaughey might be considering a run for governor of Texas in 2022, and perhaps a higher office after that. ...
The Power of Authentic Listening
Fundamentally opposing views and values between Democrats and Republicans, conservatives and liberals, have never been as visceral as they are today. ...
Sheriff Won’t Respond to 911 Calls After Library Supports BLM
Sheriff Dan Coverley had a message for the local library system after they released a statement including support for Black Lives Matter:
Coverley wrote ...
Country Band Sues Blues Singer to Share Name
When Grammy-award-winning country band Lady Antebellum first convened in 2006, their name was inspired by the antebellum style mansion in a promo photo. ...
The Right (and Left) Way to Disagree
A recent article in Men’s Health spotlighted the unlikely friendship of Colin Allred and Van Taylor. Colin Allred and Van Taylor have a lot in common. ...
Being Kind to Those with Disagree with You
Ellen DeGeneres addressed the backlash she received after she was spotted laughing with former President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys football game ...
Political Opponents Finish Debate by Making Music Together
At the end of their debate earlier this year, two candidates for a Vermont state House seat asked the moderator for a few extra minutes—not to make ...
IKEA Furniture—Just Don't Do It!
"If you have assembled a piece of Ikea furniture with a partner, then you have probably argued with a partner about assembling a piece of Ikea furniture." ...
The Price of Stubbornness
Between two farms near Valleyview, Alberta, you can find two parallel fences, only two feet apart, running for a half mile. Why are there two fences when ...