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Dreaming Our Way Toward Redemption

Dreaming Our Way Toward Redemption

This article was originally published in Discourse Magazine. In his 1931 book, “The Epic of America,” James Truslow Adams wrote that the American Dream “is not a dream of motor cars and high wages merely, but a dream of a social order in which each man and each woman...

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Mental-Health Awareness Can Be Bad for Mental Health

Mental-Health Awareness Can Be Bad for Mental Health

This article was originally published in the Wall Street Journal. Rather than ruminating, turn outward and engage with the world. We hear a lot about America’s mental-health crisis, and the crisis is real. But part of the problem is that we talk about it too...

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How licensing reform can boost U.S. workforce

How licensing reform can boost U.S. workforce

This article was originally published in the Washington Times. In the United States, employers are still having a hard time finding the workers they need. This problem appears to be worst in the South. Recent analysis suggests that there are 2 million open jobs in the...

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A New Hope: ‘Star Wars as American Religion

A New Hope: ‘Star Wars as American Religion

This article was originally published by The Hill. May the Fourth be with you! Today, “Star Wars” fans from all over the world are celebrating their passion for the multi-billion-dollar science fiction franchise created by George Lucas 46 years...

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