Published January 18, 2012
Should far right candidates drop out of race?
Published January 14, 2012
It should come as little surprise to football fans of all political persuasions to learn that the NFL players association is condemning Republicans in Indiana for trying to gouge the rights of unions and workers in the state.
Published December 03, 2011
Regardless of the truth of their claims, we owe women who make any claims of sexual violence or abuse basic respect -- not only because their accusations may be true but because doing so creates an environment in which other women feel safe to speak out. Isn't that what we want for our daughters and sisters and wives and friends?
Published November 15, 2011
Time will tell if the end of occupy camps is upon us, but without a doubt, the larger movement for opportunity in America is just beginning.
Published October 26, 2011
In March of this year, Lerner came to the attention of anti-middle class extremists for his statements calling for mass, non-violent civil disobedience to fix our imbalanced, broken economy.
Published October 14, 2011
The Occupy Wall Street protesters are not anti-American radicals. They are the defenders of the American Dream, the decision from the birth of our nation that success should be determined by hard work not royal bloodlines.
Published September 23, 2011
The more the Republican presidential candidates open their mouths, the more clear it is how out of touch they are with mainstream American voters.
Published September 15, 2011
This week, the Census Bureau reported that 46.2 million Americans lived at or below the official poverty line in 2010. There’s something wrong if our economy is recovering on paper but ordinary Americans are still suffering.
Published September 08, 2011
The American people will support the president’s plan -- they know that the private sector isn’t hiring, that robust government spending on jobs is what got us out of the Great Depression and what will kick start economic growth once again.
Published August 23, 2011
It’s impossible to know which became more extreme first -- the voter chickens or the candidate eggs. Either way, it’s clear that Ronald Reagan no longer represents the yolk of American conservativism.