From Marshall: “I do not believe that the meaning of the Constitution was forever ‘fixed’ at the Philadelphia Convention. Nor do I find the wisdom, foresight, and sense of justice exhibited by the Framers particularly profound.”
The history of usage of Kaepernick’s phrase, “dying in vain.”
Emilio Gutiérrez Soto, a Mexican journalist based in the United States, has twice been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In late July, he was released from his second round of detention. For the first time, he has written a first-person account of the experience.
Crazy Rich Asians begets notions of Christianity in hyper-capitalist countries, satirizing Christianity by showing it as a tool for the wealthy to cozy up with those even more wealthy, accruing large doses of social capital with sprinkles of gospel.
Lyz Lenz profiles Carlson for Columbia Journalism Review — and the whole thing is a delight.
Show me your ways, Gen Z.
An excerpt from Patrice Gopo’s book All the Colors We Will See.
The popular five stages framework presents bereavement as a simple linear process, but grief is closer to a huge, unending paradox.
“We are God’s beloved whether we are a broken mess or whether we have our act together. And I am very grateful that Jesus, God’s beloved, knows something about open wounds as he still carries those wounds on his body.”
Prepare to not do very well …