Adopting Social Sustainability Can Help Businesses
As consumers increase their scrutiny of the companies they buy from, many businesses are facing a critical junction regarding their purpose and role in society. Social sustainability offers a new way forward that can benefit shareholders while also helping society.
It Should Be a Woman’s Choice Whether or Not to Use a Surrogate
Women should not need a medical condition for surrogacy to be socially acceptable. If a woman doesn't want to carry her child, she shouldn't have to. Whether for medical reasons, career reasons, or otherwise, all women should have the choice to have children without needing to carry them physically.
Carole Baskin Almost Certainly Killed Her Husband
The operator of a tiger sanctuary in Florida clearly killed her second husband, Jack "Don" Lewis, 23 years ago. The publicly-available evidence all points to this.
Red Flag Laws Need to Be Implemented
These common-sense laws are bipartisan. And they could save many lives.
More Confederate Statues Need to Come Down
As Confederate statues topple across the country, it may seem as if an era of glorifying the Confederacy is finally coming to an end, but hundreds are still standing as monuments to slavery and white supremacy.
With COVID-19 Still a Risk, People Should Be Cautious About Holiday Gatherings
Getting together at the holidays could lead to increased cases and deaths—and a potentially longer pandemic. There are, of course, exceptions—such as visiting elderly family members from a safe distance—but Americans should carefully gauge the risks when making this decision.