An important conversation toward “all men are created equal” in the Jeffersonian tradition
Category: Guest Posts
Jack Romberg: A Lesson from the Broadway Play Hamilton
The show makes sure we understand that it was more than the well known founding fathers who contributed to the strength of our country…
Catalyze Local Color: Gathering, not separating.
Help us imagine – and create – a Tallahassee where in good times and bad, we gather across race, creed and ideology. Divergent opinion welcome.
Jack Romberg: Take me out to the ball game – Please!
Only baseball reflects, at various moments in American history, our country’s situation, our emotions of the moment, and best of all, provides inspiring stories at the times in which we most need them.
Liz Joyner: Ode to the Town Hall
Within the ethos of the town meeting is the important founding principle that political foes must grudgingly become partners as they engage conflicting ideas in order to govern.
Jack Romberg: Faith and Science
The scientific community need not see religion as opposition. Rather, just as science is an attempt to explore truth, religion does the same.
Bastille Day Special: Let them eat purple cake
Apparently when vein-poppingly angry people pick up their pitchforks and roll out the guillotine, they’ve been known to get it wrong from time to time.
Kayleigh Whitman: Ted Cruz and Political Dissent
What we as citizens need to stop and ask ourselves is whether or not we have made obsessions of our political parties.