John Brown was a violent crusader, but he blazed a moral path Lincoln followed to end slavery | Opinion

BY: - February 16, 2021

Too often dismissed as a failed zealot, Brown was an unconventional anti-slavery leader who blazed a trail that Abraham Lincoln would follow just a few years later.


The San Francisco school board’s vote removing Lincoln’s, Washington’s names was was wrong. Here’s why | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - February 10, 2021

The school board’s error was in failing to understand the category of the moral crimes of an age.


Lincoln’s ‘House Divided’ speech teaches important lessons about today’s political polarization | Opinion

BY: - February 19, 2019

Lincoln didn’t claim that perfect equality could be achieved. But he saw broad commitments to the idea of equality as essential to the ongoing work of creating, as the Constitution puts it, a more perfect union – and a freer one for all.