At a press conference shortly after signing the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, President Barack Obama was asked about his feelings on gay
I’m not a lawyer, and I don’t play one on TV (to paraphrase a commercial from several years ago). But it occurs to me
We’ve all heard the story about the emperor having no clothes. Now we’re hearing more from “the Great Communicator” who has trouble communicating his
Recently, twelve high-school students and four staff members of our non-profit went to see the exciting political thriller, “Fair Game” at the Tivoli Theater in University
This time of year is when I wrap up a series of model United Nations activities for high school and middle school students. Through
Albert Pujols has a unique opportunity to not only change the economics of baseball, but also to set an example of restraint for all
It’s no longer a surprise that most progressives have come to the conclusion that if President Barack Obama was ever a progressive, he is
The 1952 and 1956 presidential elections between Republican Dwight Eisenhower and Democrat Adlai Stevenson might stand as the last time that the American people had a choice between two capable candidates with clear and reasonable philosophies of government.
The October 30 Rally for Sanity was organized by comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. Part of the nature of comedy is nuance, at
Jacob Javits’ legacy stands on its own and it can be a model for humanizing the Republican Party and repositioning its “tent.” First, it should be a home for honest and public-oriented Democrats who feel uncomfortable with their local Democratic Party. Second, the Republican should learn that the door swings both ways. If individual Republicans are stifled by near-totalitarian rule within the party (are you listening Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins), they can bolt and join the Democrats. Anyway, it’s a much more enjoyable “club;” with whom would you rather have dinner, Al Franken or Mitch McConnell? Thank you, Mr. Javits.