When I was a kid I remember hearing and declaring that I could be anything I wanted to be, which included being the president of the United States.
At 6:30 a.m., my 7-year-old daughter wakes me. "Mommy! Is it time to vote?"
As the 2008 presidential campaign draws to a close, I've become increasingly less concerned about the specific outcome of election night and more concerned by what we will have positioned ourselves
I have been fighting tears for the past few days. And as Tuesday draws closer it becomes harder and harder to keep those tears at bay.
I work in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of northwest Washington in a building called The Festival Center.
In the spirit of honest and civil dialogue, I would like to both affirm and respectfully disagree with a few points made by Shane Claiborne i
In the final days of this election campaign, a new message has emerged.
I read with interest Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove's post on voting last week.
In the months leading up to the election, the topic of immigration reform has disappeared from the presidential candidates' conversations.
In the black Baptist church where I worship every Sunday, it's no surprise that Republicans don't own the evangelical vote.