Our longest-serving president would leave a deep mark on the American psyche. But was he saint or villain, and what was his true legacy?
The president is waging an all-out assault on American democracy. This Fourth of July, we must reaffirm our shared values.
On Jan. 1, 1943, the American folk music legend jotted in his journal a list of 33 “New Years Rulin's."
The president, who will pursue the imperial military offensive that Barack Obama initiated, hopes the "deep state" will have mercy on his presidency.
Two Oklahoma City artists turn the folk singer’s iconic, message-bearing instrument into a giant canvas for civic engagement.
By beginning with “God Bless America” and then switching to “This Land Is Your Land,” Lady Gaga offered a subtle but radical critique of the president's policies.
Despite a privileged childhood, his sensitivity to injustice drew him to make documentaries on topics such as civil rights, radical activism and the Vietnam War. And along the way he won Academy Awards for his work in two commercial films.
In a time when corporate culture has marginalized our artists and those of compassion and vision, two such people merged for a moment at a Boston church. (Shown here, Michael Milligan in his one-man play.)In a time when corporate culture has marginalized our artists and those of compassion and vision, two such people merged for a moment at a Boston church. (Above, Michael Milligan in his one-man play.)