Yard signs proclaiming “Everyone Sucks – 2016” are selling out fast. Will this be the go-to rally cry of our presidential election?
Schools should recognize their purpose is not solely to turn out good, little “workers;” their mission is to give young people the knowledge and wisdom to thrive as humans.
“Democracy is receding in Europe,” says Minister of Finance for Greece in this incredible TED talk about the economic case for authentic democracy.
David Kanegis believes the Republican Debate was not only a debacle, but a threat to national security. And yet he couldn’t stop watching it.
As the rest of the world looks upon America’s 2016 presidential race and what has become a disgrace of a democratic system, its bewilderment can be organized around a series of hows and whys.
Rich Monetti advices against voter ID requirements. Here’s why.
A 1970s effort to recall Mr. Frank Rizzo, a polarizing political figure in Philadelphia, impacted voters’ rights in the city and state.
To rid politics of big money, a Harvard Law School professor is running for president, and if successful, he’ll resign.
Spending more dollars on exploring solar-systems than school systems is cause for critique, not celebration.
Srgjan Ivanovik’s failed attempt at a novel helped expose the Macedonian jokes of Democracy and Economy.
Cabot O’Callaghan is fed up with the lies perpetuated by mass culture and the media and ready for some real change.
Matthew Rozsa believes North Korea’s threat to Sony challenges the very essence of our democratic freedoms.
Getting anything done in Washington seems impossible. Up to us to demand work and results from our representatives, which will only get done with cooperation.
With mid term turnout the lowest in 70 years, engaging, energizing and mobilizing young people into the political process is critical, and artists are key.
Yes I know you’re busy, but you still need to go vote.
Poor and mismanaged schools in Philadelphia have been the story for decades.