Download the guide to civility. It's a handsome addition to any holiday table or potential political battleground.
It's the holidays, and that means one thing: It's time for uncomfortable political discussions with your distant relatives.
Uncle George founded the tea party chapter in Tulsa. Cousin Minnie just switched to a completely hemp-based diet. Sparks will fly. To bring peace across the land this holiday season, we asked Mark Shields and David Brooks to share their strategies for keeping things civil at the family dinner table. We baked Mark and David's sage wisdom into a handy holiday place mat, which you can print and share with your most uncivil family members.
Here's what our champions of civility had to say.» Read More ...