Published August 31, 2010
In his speech on Tuesday night President Obama show that he not only has the ability to give a good speech but that he has a great grasp of our mission and the values that our country holds.
Published August 30, 2010
Hurricane Katrina has served as a microcosm of America. It has brought us examples of both the best and worst of America. I really can't write enough about what Gov. Haley Barbour did after the storm.
Published August 24, 2010
Will President Obama have the guts to bring two Clintons into his administration?
Published July 26, 2010
If the Democrats want to keep the House and Senate they must try some rough and tumble politics.
Published July 14, 2010
Punishment does not change behavior. Tough, no-nonsense treatment does.
Published July 09, 2010
President Obama’s efforts at immigration reform have become a political football but the lawsuit against Arizona is not motivated by a desire to court the Hispanic vote.
Published June 25, 2010
I was told that General McChrystal had confided several months before that he was tired and perhaps ready to retire. I have no idea if what I was told was the truth, but having spent years working in mental health, I can vouch for the power of the unconscious.
Published June 22, 2010
As much as I have traveled to the Gulf since Hurricane Katrina, it was hard to imagine the impact on individual lives until I was there.
Published June 07, 2010
Let's face it we all have said things -- or thought things -- about "other" groups of people, things that we would not want to see in print or on video.
Published June 04, 2010
The Gores are an example that change and stress can ruin even the seemingly best marriages.