Three new bills introduced in Congress offer a modest counterbalance to the wide-open corporate spending in election campaigns enabled by the Supreme Court’s recent ruling. The
A story is usually real until the media gives it a tag line; then things begin to deteriorate. Dr. Gupta’s piece came after the tag lines had been written and the melodramatic music was playing. But it cut through the chafe and showed us what real broadcast journalism and real engagement in a story can be. I only wish more people had seen it.
I’m really hoping this catches on because it provides local support and empowerment for the unemployed while simultaneously strengthening their political voice on the
America is supposed to be the land of opportunity, where people who work hard can create wealth and security for themselves and their families.
The ability to sell a contradiction is sometimes the measure of a man or woman, at least when it comes to success in politics.
Babies are organic learning machines. I’m seeing that more clearly now, from the perspective of a grandmother. Each Wednesday, when my granddaughter arrives at
According to The Hill, The Republican Study Committee (RSC) declared Monday [March 1, 2010] a “Twitter Day,” encouraging its members to tweet about their “commitment,”
Elizabeth Warren has been predicting the collapse of the middle class for years and unfortunately, her predictions are coming true. In this hour-long lecture,
According to Congress.org, U.S. Senator John Cornyn, a Republican from Texas, has just introduced S.3008, a bill that “establishes a government program to support
The path to enacting significant legislative measures in the Congress has become a war of words. Let’s be honest, the American people are at