I'm writing as a parent and concerned citizen. In light of recent shootings and violence at our schools, both on and off campus, I decided to put some of my thoughts in writing. I'm hoping that you ...
To save them from themselves. It's that simple. It's why I am here.
Also to win elections, but that's an add-on benefit.
When I refer to the left in the context of this diary, I am speaking of the ...
For the WTF file:
The Democratic Party’s biggest super PAC, recently retooled as an early pro-Hillary Clinton effort, will sit out the midterm elections this year.
A spokesman with the group, ...
There they were, four regulars of NBC’s Sunday morning political gabfest known as Meet the Press, host David Gregory, Andrea Mitchell, David Brooks, Chuck Todd, and the first time appearance of ...
If you're not a fan of former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich on Facebook , I encourage you to like his fan page, because as a Progressive Democrat, Robert is known for posting status updates that ...
It's been quite a day for Elizabeth Warren. First, her CFPB finally gets its director, after Reid plus 50 finally show some cojones. Then she appears on CNBC's The Squawk Box and responds to the ...
Sometimes, silence is much more revealing than those words actually spoken. Such is the case with respect to how the NRA has responded to the George Zimmerman verdict: with virtual silence.
These are just some general musings that I have no illusions about being original, but it seems to me there are six stages of how the political and social establishment relates to a grassroots mass ...
President Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any ...
Like many people, I had thought the three branches of the United States federal government were Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Silly me. Fortunately I've learned a great deal from the ...