Meet a Reformed KKK Member in This Short Documentary

Scott Shepherd joined the KKK at age 17 and by 19 he was a grand dragon heading recruitment of the racist group in Tennessee. These days, however, Shepherd refers to himself as a “reformed racist.” He writes on his blog: “I am on a mission of education and self education with hopes that I may…

About Those “Angry Leftist Mobs” Being Paid to Protest…

Utah Republican Party Chairman James Evans urged congressional representatives to stop holding town hall meetings because of “acts of intimidation and violence” by groups like Indivisible. Virginia Rep. Dave Brat voiced similar concerns, suggesting that Indivisible members are a bunch of women “up in my grill no matter where I go.” Then there’s Orange County Congressman Dana Rohrabacher who claims the group is perpetrating “political thuggery”…

How to Change Hearts and Minds

What’s the most effective way to get people to join our cause? By cajoling them? By using fact-based arguments? By inspiring them? Unfortunately, facts alone aren’t enough to sway people, and most of us don’t like feeling pressured—even if it’s just a good-natured cajoling. If you want to appeal to hearts and minds, you’ve got to inspire people, according to communications…

Let’s Refocus Our Outrage

We are with you in your frustration and anxiety. With each new executive order, we feel the waves of stress wash over us. We worry about our neighbors, our children, and people we don’t even know. We read Facebook posts, blogs, and newspapers and our anxiety soars.  We hear “alternative facts” from Trump surrogates, we read his Tweets, and we…