The day after we here in the U.S. paused to remember the men and women who had died fighting for our country, the fight continued from beyond the grave.
Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut attorney general and Senate candidate, got himself into hot water last week when news accoun
Arizona's Questionable Track Record on Race: MLK Day, Banning Ethnic Studies, and Regulating Accents
It wasn't that long ago that the state of Arizona did not recognize, in fact went out of its way to criticize, the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The recent decision by Goshen (IN) College to begin playing an instrumental version of the U.S.
President Obama spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast this morning, with a plea for civility in
Tuesday morning -- just two days ago -- I wrote to half a dozen leaders of progressive thought and action in America, each separately, the letter that follows.
One reader wrote me to ask: " "What effect will the Fort Hood shootings have on the American public's perception of Islam?" That question asks us to be foretellers, fortune tellers, to predict.
Every three years, young evangelists from around the world gather in Portland Oregon to attend a conference put on by the Next Generation Alliance, an organization dedicated to mentoring the next g
The death of Sen. Edward Moore Kennedy marked the end of a remarkable era in the life of our country. Camelot, a time of hope, grows distant, its memories receding.