While the recent crisis in Haiti has spurred many Americans to action -- through donations, public service, humanitarian aid, etc.
The people of Massachusetts already have near universal health care. Too many of the rest of us do not.
"Why do you have to be so dramatic?" I thought as I rolled my eyes.
There is an old saying that can be quite appropriate at this time of the year: Cold hands, warm heart.
Advent is with us again, calling us to reflect and review, and the Sojourners policy team wants to thank you for walking with us in 2009.
Biblical wisdom teaches us to "give thanks in all circumstances for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you" (I Thessalonians 5:18).
There are times in the "culture wars" when a very diverse group of religious leaders can come together across the political spectrum in a common cause.
What Do Health-Care Reform, the 40-Hour Work Week, Unemployment Insurance, the Minimum Wage, etc., Have in Common?
Well, they were all brought to you be political progressives, they were all opposed by political conservatives, and they all are now viewed as fundamental presuppositions of a healthy society by vi
The World Summit on Food Security ended today in Rome, with words about cutting hunger, but no real progress on one of hunger's key causes: specula