Published April 18, 2011
Today it seems we are surrounded by sports scandal and greed. Whether it be the looming NFL shutdown of the 2011 season or criminal conviction of Barry Bonds for obstruction of justice or the homophobic rant given by Kobe Bryant to an NBA referee.
Published April 13, 2011
The only way to make our government more responsible and responsive to the needs of the people is to adhere to a process that keeps government disciplined, focused, fair and understandable.
Published April 04, 2011
Democrats want a government shut down and already have their talking points down. Instead of working in good faith to reach a compromise, Democrats in the House, Senate and White House were crafting a public relations offensive blaming the Tea Party for the failure to reach a 2011 budget compromise with Republicans.
Published March 28, 2011
Let's face it. Americans are momentarians. We're spending all our time living in the moment when we ought to be planning for our future.
Published March 21, 2011
Football doesn't need the NFL to exist, nor do football fans. It just seems that way.
Published March 14, 2011
Paul Harvey was a legendary radio broadcaster who aired a radio commentary warning the American people of the untenable funding and benefit obligations of Social Security. His words are as true today as they were 26 years ago.
Published March 07, 2011
Unless our government steps on the gas and exploits our own oil, gas, and coal production, America will suffer a double dip recession, or worse.
Published February 28, 2011
Even though U.S. corporations and unions under current law cannot contribute directly to campaigns or candidates, there are ways for outsiders to influence outcomes of elections that are disturbing and fundamentally unfair. The 2012 election offers an opportunity to make some changes.
Published February 14, 2011
Believe it or not, electric and hybrid cars were available for sale in America as early as 1905. And little has changed in the performance and availability of electric and hybrid cars in more than 100 years.
Published February 07, 2011
Why has the U.N. remained all but silent on the changes happening in Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Jordan, Lebanon and elsewhere in the Middle East?