What the Elites Are Missing About Auto and Gas Prices
The spiraling cost of homeownership has been a big subject in the past few years, but less discussed is the rising cost of car ownership.
'Silent Cal' Speaks: The Self-Restraint and Service of the 30th President
In an age of narcissistic, strident and self-promoting politicians, Calvin Coolidge's story is a worthy rebuttal.
Can Our Nation's Churches Save Marriage—and the Family?
The decline in church attendance in America is inextricably linked to the decline of marriage, according to a new book.
'The Streets Were My Father': A Story of Hopelessness and Redemption
As Father's Day approaches—a day many millions of Americans celebrate but many others stumble through—Carlos Colon's story is worth knowing.
The Absolutely American Life of Sheldon Adelson
Most people know his name, but few know his story.
An All-American Immigrant's Thanksgiving Story
"I wish people didn't take for granted how great this country is," Aron Marquez says.
The Story of the Gettysburg Address—and What It Can Teach Us Today
Abraham Lincoln's words on November 19, 1863, remind us of who we are—and of America's capacity to endure and thrive.
#BoycottHomeDepot Was Based on a Lie. Meet the Real Bernie Marcus
A closer look at the Home Depot co-founder and celebrated philanthropist's life reveals an inspiring tale of free enterprise and the American dream.
MLK was a Man of God. Why is Secular Media Ignoring It?
Faith is being excised from the narratives of the civil rights era—both for MLK and for Malcolm X.
Breaking Bad to Redemption: The Story of Bryan Dawson
"People, Not Politics" tells stories of ordinary and not so ordinary Americans who do extraordinary things. Stories from big cities, and small towns. Stories from our past and present. Stories that don't get told. But should. This is Bryan Dawson's story—in his own words.
The Story of the Man Who Invented Aerobics
When you think of great innovators in American life, many last names come to mind: Ford, Edison, Jobs. But how about Cooper?
The Great Chicago Recovery: How the City Rebuilt
Most Americans know the story of the Great Chicago Fire. Few know the story of the city's remarkable recovery.
The Kavanaugh Allegations and That Rolling Stone Story
When I was caught in the middle, weighing the demands of justice and due process, my wife—a victim of sexual abuse—broke the tie.
Hey, CNN: Requesting the Names of Jurors Is a Bad Look
The media's request for the identities of the jurors in a high-profile political trial brings to mind an ugly chapter in Alabama history—a case that journalists should study.