I love my fellow citizens who have taken to the street against President Obama and his plans for health-care reform.
A bankruptcy office was not on my dream list of places to work after college. The legal realm seemed opaque and impersonal.
I am a voracious woman.
Numbers released today from the U.S. Census Bureau confirmed what has become widely apparent: more people are living in poverty because of the economic recession. It's tragic but obvious.
I'm a registered Republican. I didn't vote for Obama. I believe in free-market enterprise. I like smaller government. There, I said it. It's out!
I need to find something to do until Sept. 13 or thereabouts. The Daily Show is on a three-week vacation until then. (Anyone have a good home remedy for the Stewart Shakes?) I kid.
The first time I met Sen. Edward Kennedy was in the underbelly of the Capitol on the Capitol Subway.
This week many of you heard the story of Sam.* Sam was a 21-year-old young man from a hard-working family. Over the course of several weeks in July he experienced extreme stomach pains.