How political correctness is screwing up our tongues and minds

There’s no need to be politically correct when we’re morally wrong. The reason we say “I really appreciate it” is because we don’t really appreciate it when we say “I appreciate it.” Not only are we lying; we’re screwing up …

Trust in the game: How sports can improve Serb–Albanian relations

Serbia came to Albania, played football, won the game, and earned the applause of Albanians, the victims of Serbian racism and violence in the wars of last century and the Belgrade stadium last year. The indigenous people showed the virtues

Dating more than one candidate: A way to reform the U.S. electoral system

Elections should be more like Tinder, where you get to swipe right every time you like someone. It’s the way for a cleaner campaign and fairer outcome.

The current electoral system promotes polarization and badmouthing. Why do citizens of any …