dreams from my father

“Every father bears a fundamental obligation to do right by their children,” the former president said.
by Amina H. Imagine going through life feeling like a foreigner among your own people. Imagine being called, “weird, abnormal
"Respect came from what you did and not who your daddy was."
Ben Carson's dream, or at least his interpretation of it, had the effect of elevating himself to a position of singular cosmic importance. It would not be too strong to say that Carson feels he is on a mission from God, a mission first revealed to him in a heaven-sent dream.
What D'Souza did is part and parcel of the right wing's campaign to paint Obama as, in the words Mitt Romney used to describe the president's ideas, "extraordinarily foreign."
Two Fridays ago, West was clear that his future points toward a return to politics. In an interview with The Tammy Bruce
"The failure of America’s approach toward the Israelis and the Palestinians, much like its flawed policies toward the region
Unlike the typical politician, Austen always signals the artificiality of her narratives. If only political narratives -- or all the pundits insisting we need them -- could be as honest. But what politician says, "enjoy the artificiality of my American success story?"