Battle Fatigue: Why It’s Your Civic Duty to Get Some Rest in Trump’s America

By Amy Newlove Schroeder We all know that life has changed since Election Day — and those changes have not …

Glendale’s Comfort Women Memorial “Controversy” a Symbol of Passive Liberalism

By Steph Cha Japan — as in the country — has beef with the city of Glendale. During World War …

Brevity in the Age of Trump and Twitter

By Jerry Griswold Donald Trump prefers communicating with the public via Twitter, a messaging service that insists a “tweet” be …

So Close to the United States

By Veronica Gonzalez Peña In the endless low comedy of Trump Administration press conferences, it was easy to miss an …

Willy Loman in Tehran: Asghar Farhadi and the Death of the American Dream

By Jenny Lower Two hours before the La La Land–Moonlight mix-up notably derailed the Oscars, Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi also …

Recovering and Tempelhof

Like many, I spent part of the last weekend in January at an airport. Across the country thousands protested detainments …

Resistance at the Crossroads of the World

By Benjamin Reeves Between President Donald Trump’s proposed wall along the border with Mexico, his threat of a trade war …