What happens when a foreign crisis arises and campaign slogans just aren't enough?
As Oprah tweets about getting “dissed” in Zurich, the President speaks of “building a better bargain for the middle class.”
The Republicans prefer witch hunts while the Democrats drain credibility faster than Dracula drains blood.
Many of our political candidates and officials leave much to be desired when it comes to serving as role models.
When the President spoke about the Black perspective of the Trayvon Martin tragedy, did he hit or miss the target?
Have you ever wished that you had the opportunity to publish your own political Op-Ed? Your wish has been granted.
Recent mass-murders have become the ammunition for a new round of political debate on gun control in America.
This is the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation but are any of us truly free?
Manufactured for political gain, the fiscal cliff threatens those who are not responsible for it. It’s time to wake up!
Unfortunately, many of our political leaders must think Lincoln is a movie and the Gettysburg Address is a location.
Most Americans will effectively sell their votes to the major Parties on November 6th. Don’t be one of them.
The media has blatantly abandoned its responsibility to report the facts when it comes to the Presidential election.
We have forgotten the difference between a Republic and a Democracy, and we are about to pay for that mistake.
The Declaration of Independence is a remarkably accurate indictment of our current political paradigm.
The Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of the Affordable Healthcare Act while the Act itself remains a problem.
How Americans Elect’s promise to give the People a voice in the presidential election fell prey to “politics as usual.”
Can Non-Governmental Organizations replace Federal assistance in the area of humanitarian relief, and how could they improve?
While the Parties focus on their candidates’ habits with respect to consumption and transportation of canines, let’s talk about oil.
The parties view our Nation’s energy and environmental issues as political pawns. What if we had a coherent strategy instead?
How significant could the single foreign policy decision of respecting Afghanistan’s sovereignty be to the United States?