“O say can you see . . . ?” is the famous question Francis Scott Key asked 200 years ago when he wrote “The Star-Spangled Banner,” our national anthem.
By speaking to the American people from the Oval Office, President Obama will signal the American people that “this is my most important message for America right now. This...
Inaugurations are the most tangible, visible picture of a government based on representation, not royalty.
While the inauguration is the president’s day, often his first lady shines more brightly.
This week the White House learned what it’s like when critics accuse you of going too far with the content on your official government website. I find this week’s controversy a...
Fashion can be a way to tell a story. Perhaps no one has done that better than Jacqueline Kennedy.
Methinks the vice president doth exaggerate too much. He believes that the issues on President Obama’s desk surpass those of Franklin Roosevelt and others. Really?
No matter the era. No matter the generation. No matter the disaster. Forgetfulness of self is what turns ordinary people into heroes.
The Berlin Wall fell because the will of the people, the spirit of freedom, didn’t give up.