It’s really hard to be bipartisan when one partisan side doesn’t want to.
Brains, heart and experience combined with charisma, charm and a great work ethic, are all the ingredients we need in our representatives in Washington
A therapist and family caregiver ponders the implications of being able to choose the manner of our life, and death.
Governor Jay Inslee said, “In death penalty cases, I’m not convinced equal justice is being served.”
Often, when people say “politics” or “political,” they spit the words out like bitter pills. And, rightfully so.
A new study finds that students bullied because they are believed to be gay are much more likely than others to be suicidal and depressed.
Senator Ed Murray said, “I don’t think we want to go into our civil rights laws and decide who gets served and who doesn’t get served.”
Soaring tensions on the Korean peninsula have seen dire North Korean threats met with an unusually assertive US response that analysts warn could take a familiar game into dangerous territory.
National percentages of black male teachers and administrators are extremely low. Explore common problems and common sense solutions regarding poor performance of black boys in American schools.
The men said they have no idea what made them turn around and look into the woods, but two little girls are safe because of that gut feeling.
No military family, whether hetero- or homosexual should be denied benefits because of outdated regulations.
Dr. Emery Petchauer explains why the community should stand behind teachers who refuse to administer standardized tests in our schools.
While everyone was so focused on the fiscal cliff, the Violence Against Women Act was allowed to die silently alone in a corner.
David Ryan Polgar, on finding the sweet spot of connection this Thanksgiving.
Jamie Utt explains how racism robs us of our ability to feel and to empathize in the face of injustice.
7 ways to avoid breaking your own rules and stop settling for less.
It turns out that all the talk about Benghazi over the last two years was a giant waste of time, there just never was a cover up.
Alyssa Royse, on a bizarre love quadrangle, civil disobedience, and the bright witty stars of the Seattle Seahawks.
Ultimately, the literary fantasy is just that: a fantasy. Nathan Graziano shows us how.
After watching Nick Stevenson’s character, Pete Harper, in Orange is the New Black, David Packman raises the issue of the age-old Aussie male stereotype.
Time, history, and experience gave you confidence with your last love. When you’re ready, Jonathan Buzin has some tips for starting over.
Jordan Gray says that we’re all so fearful of coming across as dependent, that we never learn to lean on each other in a healthy way.
Jeff Bogle finds that with Amex Membership Rewards®, he can just keep on giving.
As a black man and father, Doyin Richards urges people to think critically before discussing the unrest in Ferguson and other hot-button topics.
Finding happiness by loving life like a used car: AS IS
“Concerns about institutionalized discrimination in the United States have repeatedly been raised…” — United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein
Captain Chelsey Sullenberger is Breaking Barriers: From the United States Air Force to the Miracle on the Hudson to Making our Future Safer.
There are some things worse than death and they can be overcome simply by thinking about… death.
Nick Pavlidis reflects on his marriage and calls out three crucial truths about being married that any newlywed should realize sooner than later.
Joanna Schroeder explains how the selfies parents take today can affect their child’s future (in a good way!).