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We Are American
What is the American way? Plus, undocumented immigrants, the Bill of Rights, the Puritan ethic, and more.
Our Inner Puritans
By Matthew Hutson
America may still be a Puritan nation
Misconceptions About the Bill of Rights
By Toni Bernhard J.D.
Four essential points about the Bill of Rights that many Americans get wrong
By Lenore Skenazy
The big grin hasn’t always been America’s default facial expression.
By Aldo Civico Ph.D.
Life lessons from Jose Antonio Vargas.
Edward Snowden, the War on Terrorism, and the War on Drugs
By Jefferson M Fish Ph.D.
What do marital strife the war on terrorism and the war on drugs have in common?
Crush the Opposition: America Soon to Be a Soccer Power!
By Stanton Peele
We aren't blustering sports bullies, are we?
The Upside of Mental Health Care
By Helen M Farrell M.D.
There are many good things about our mental health system and even more to come!
What's Fair? Two Views of Government
By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Americans can be proud of our diverse views of the role of government.
The New American Families
By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
Changes in American family forms have been staggering.
Loss of Privacy and the New Psychic Numbing
By Steven Reidbord M.D.
Fatalism and passivity contribute to the erosion of privacy.
When Conspiracy Theories Turn Out To Be True
By Renee Garfinkel Ph.D.
"Follow the money.” – All The President’s Men
Ron Takaki, Vincent Chin and Asian American Leadership
By Preston Ni M.S.B.A.
Vincent Chin Case Awakened Many Asian Americans
Meditation on the Joy of Freedom
By Cheryl Eckl
Tapping into more than happiness
How Captain America Can Help Americans Reclaim Their Unity
By Mark D. White Ph.D.
We should remember our common ideals while disagreeing over the details.
His/Her Tasks to insure Fireworks in the Bedroom on the 4th!
By Laurie J Watson LMFT, LPC
How fantasy and seduction create exciting sex.
Are Parents Practicing Traditional American Values?
By Kate Roberts Ph.D.
Parents today are struggling to instill American values in their children.
Do Americans Trust Too Much?
By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D.
Do we trust too much? Are we easy targets for deception and being cheated?
DECLARING OUR INDEPENDENCE
By David Bedrick J.D., Dipl. PW
A July 4th Message
When Will the U.S. Become a Global Soccer Superpower?
By Victor Lipman
What's been holding back American soccer for the last 47 years?
Interview with Transhumanist Biohacker Rich Lee
By Zoltan Istvan
Biohacking is a fascinating field in the growing transhumanism movement
Is Your Chiropractor “Religious”?
By Candy Gunther Brown Ph.D.
The religious philosophy of chiropractic medicine.
Culture Shock: Spain Versus America
By Douglas T. Kenrick Ph.D.
Are Americans and Spaniards psychologically different?
US Soccer Sentiment Not Quite There (in the Stock Market)
By John Nofsinger Ph.D.
World Cup induced soccer sentiment is not yet impacting the stock market.
Where Are You From?
By Ravi Chandra M.D., F.A.P.A.
The question that often bites minorities: "where are you from?"
On 9-11, patriotism, and the U.S. flag
By Mikhail Lyubansky Ph.D.
September 11th reminds us to be patriotic, but what does patriotism look like?
Fiction - Building Bridges Between Cultures
By Nadia Hashimi M.D.
Some stories are truly important to tell.
Fourth of July Meditation on Independence
By Paula J. Caplan Ph.D.
Many Faces of Liberation
From the ever-expanding Googleverse to the snarky payoff of celebrity gossip, life is splintered and refracted in a million ways by contemporary communication tools. The media has a profound impact on how we perceive ourselves and our world.
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