F. Scott Fitzgerald saw a precious strength in America’s big dreams and bigger heart; but online callout culture is turning most of us all into callous cynics.
By attending the inauguration, Mrs. Clinton has reneged on her pro-women bona fides and normalized a man she portrayed as abnormal.
If the National Guard is sent to Chicago, their priority should be to find the source of drugs and guns, even if that means implicating officials.
We must propel our citizens to the forefront of globalization through education, opportunity, and social equality. If that makes me a “libtard,” so be it.
Divisions within schools among staff, teachers and students; fears of fellow students’ deportation and a comparison to a swastika. Powerful emotions emerge when educators are confronted (coerced) with displaying the triggering President-elect’s likeness.
One source states we can expect to see a volume in bills targeting transgender people.
You have to love you and make your life meaningful. No one else will.
Losses of lots of business mean fewer backer bucks for North Carolina after repeal of bathroom bill.
From opposite sides of the political fence, two members of the group search for common ground.
Were you able to keep the waters calm at the family gathering?
The political religious right is not longer the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Instead, they are removing protections from those in society who need them most.
The disaster that was 2016 will eventually come to a close.
Among his 2016 successes, Philadelphia’s Mayor counts the passing of his proposed soda tax and ensuring fewer pedestrian stops-and-frisks.
Because it should be a celebration of, well, something.
The president-elect has suggested Obama helped with his impending appointments.
A bill to examine body camera policies zipped through the Philadelphia City Council, says civilian oversight practitioner.