Colman McCarthy directs the Center for Teaching Peace, a Washington non-profit.
Whatever positives these tiny-touch screens may have brought to their users in the past two decades, the negatives are mounting.
I asked my students to reflect on the country's gun mania. Their answers spoke volumes about the anxieties of their daily lives.
In light of accolades for the movie "The Post," as with all corporations, and each of us as individuals, it's important to remember that The Washington Post itself was and is a mix of favorables and failings. I worked for the paper from 1969 to 1997.
Gene Sharp's research and analysis of nonviolence became the battery that energized the drives of activists who brought down some of the world's most ruthless dictators