Readers write about the lessons that can be learned from Kosovo, the systemic debt problem in US higher education, and another way President Obama may unite rivals.
The times call for a regeneration, not just a feel-good tweak.
Readers write about President Obama's tone on the economy, why former President Bush deserves some praise, and how London's atheist bus ads give readers food for thought.
Readers write about the US recovering its spiritual health along with its economic health, the need for US presidents to defend our rights as well as our land, and reports that Israel has used white phosphorus against Gaza.
Can the Jewish homeland democracy fully include Arabs?
Readers write about how Hamas is treated in Western media, holding politicians responsible for their actions, why the US should take the lead in helping Zimbabwe, and how Russia's actions have provoked Ukraine.
Our sense of entitlement may ingrained, but change is possible.
Conflict-ridden world take note: Soft power and elections can work.
To halt the erosion of public trust, we must restore covenantal ideals.
Did they uphold the Constitution, and promote peace, prosperity, and liberty?
As significant as this shift in US government is, we are convinced a far more momentous change has been stirring globally – a spiritual transformation.