I am an educator. As with any profession involving children and politics, my job can be simultaneously grueling and rewarding.
In the last few weeks, the DREAM Act has become a source of hope for many and a source of debate and speculation for others.
It has been one of those weeks. Everything around me seems to need fixing. First the shower backed up, and then my car broke down.
I recently spoke to a pastor who made his case for not supporting women as senior pastors. "I've asked many men this question," he said.
[Editor's Note: In anticipation of the anniversary of the March on Washington on August 28, 1963, God's Politics will feature a series of posts on the
"I'm against you guys." A middle-aged man from Cincinnati proudly wearing an American flag on his T-shirt defiantly uttered these words to me a few weeks ago in Columbus, Ohio.
Yesterday, President Barack Obama spoke on the moral issue of reforming a "broken and dangerous" immigration system, in a speech that grew
Last month, an encounter between Michelle Obama and a Latina child in a suburban Maryland school brought into sharp relief one of the most pressing issues surrounding U.S.