Why did the Parties Switch as Conservative & Liberal?

The Democratic and Republican parties have flipped their basic philosophies since being founded. Currently, we strongly associate each with being conservative or liberal. We often assume that conservatives are Republicans and Democrats are liberals. But it was the opposite for approximately the first 80 years of our nation’s founding. 


Making Our Peace with 9/11

Twenty-two years later, the sounds and images of that day reverberate. The 19-acre complex of buildings called the World Trade Center, considered to be the heart of the financial sector, was forever changed. 


Gowns for Grads

The costs of graduation, caps, gowns, regalia, keepsakes, and photos, has become too prohibitive for some students. Gowns for Grads has stepped in to help students by removing barriers to celebrating academic success!


The Future is Not What It Used to Be

The Future is Not What It Used to Be is Chapter Two in of Dr. Peter Corning’s groundbreaking work Superorganism. Over the course of the next few months, PR for People will publish each chapter of Dr. Corning's latest work Superorganism: Toward a New Social Contract for Our Endangered Species. As the evidence of our global survival crisis continues to mount – with mega droughts, catastrophic floods, rampant wildfires, melting glaciers, devastating hurricanes and more, the expression “too-little-too-late” comes to mind.


Robin Lindley interviews Author Elizabeth Becker

Robin Lindley interviews Elizabeth Becker, author of “You Don’t Belong Here: How Three Women Rewrote the Story of War. In her book, Elizabeth Becker profiles three women journalists who covered the war in Vietnam, and the challenges they faced during a time when male correspondents dominated journalism. 


Civil War – MAGA & the Abolitionists

Republican MAGA movement folks have been predicting another civil war. The federal government’s deep state is trampling upon their freedoms and those of former President Donald Trump. 


August 2023 Magazine

This month we explore the reality of climate change as depicted in the work of evolutionary biologist Dr. Peter A. Corning. Over the course of the next few months, PR for People will publish each chapter of Dr. Corning's latest work Superorganism: Toward a New Social Contract for Our Endangered Species. This month we have news from Nebraska. Read about Priscilla Teley Foley, who designs couture apparel with distinctly African flair.  Also, Willa Cather’s My Antonia, the third book in her Great Plains Trilogy, is a breathtaking story about life on the Nebraska prairie in the 19th Century. 


No one should ignore this message...

Over the course of the next few months, PR for People will publish each chapter of Dr. Corning's latest work Superorganism: Toward a New Social Contract for Our Endangered Species.  A Preview of The Near Future is Chapter One of Dr. Peter Corning’s groundbreaking work. To purchase Superorganism in its entirety, go to Cambridge University Press or Amazon