Jun 30, 2018
As we prepare to celebrate America's independence, we reflect on the power of choice.
A simple choice to rebel gave birth to our nation.
And this week’s news reminds us how choices (both big and small) *still* shape our course.
At the highest court of the land, a choice can change the outcome for an...
Jun 23, 2018
Where We Started vs Where We End Up
We started this week with news of the government separating children from those who illegally crossed the U.S. southern border and ended the week with new orders by the government to reunite them.
A lot happens in a week.
How did we arrive at this point?
For a better...
Jun 16, 2018
We often perceive absolutes as facts.
But the truth often exists in shades of gray, rather than black or white.
This week’s news on the historic Singapore summitbetween America & North Korea serves as a prime example. In the aftermath, the debate over what the summit means or what it doesn’t...
Jun 9, 2018
The onslaught of news can feel like the daily grind of life – the core often gets ignored.
After taking in the peripheral facts, this week's news stories have an interwoven theme at their center: How can we help each other?
How can we help teach our children? A new studysays Catholic school...
Jun 6, 2018
Just like cleaning out a refrigerator, this week's news cycle raises the question: how do you know when something has truly passed its prime? Sometimes it's by date; other times it's simply by feel.
Let's start with the American economy. Mining and manufacturing, two industries thought "past their prime" had job gains...