Paul Wellstone showed us that politics "by the people, for the people" is actually possible.
Politics in the United States, especially in an election year, often seems to be a contest of competing special interests.
For political strategist Grover Norquist, tax policy is just a means to a brutish end.
There are things in life worth being for--and things worth being against.
The Cost of Moral Leadership: The Spirituality of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, by Geffrey B. Kelly and F. Burton Nelson.
Who are these guys? And why do they think they can rule the world?
'What we need is not another feel-good plan, but a serious effort to seek peace.'
The genius of American jazz is using an unexpected note or chord to add an element of surprise when the music goes where you least expect.
Jewish-Christian "dialogue" is too often just thatan intellectual, theological discussion with no grounding in shared experience.
Church leaders came together to declare widespread poverty 'morally unacceptable.' And they promised to do something about it.
Will there still be public education for your children's children?
Can a peaceful future arise out of the blood and ashes of war?
National Summit on the Churches and Welfare Reform.
The post-Cold War dream of a world free from nuclear weapons had a rude awakening this May.
How will your community participate in the second annual "Pentecost to Overcome Poverty"?
Across the country, people are hungry to put their faith into action.
Inspiring the faithful to be the "moral locomotive for social change."