"Why would you crush our dreams like this."
Around 50-60 boys showed up to school in skirts since the girls are allowed to wear them.
A round of applause for this U.K. bar 👏
I'm often surprised and gratified to discover how many folks are already doing good things above and beyond their work and family lives.
In 1963, in the heyday of the civil rights movement, at the initiative of President Kennedy, the idea that was to become "A Better Chance" was born.
"A little girl left me a note inside that said, 'Thank you,'" said Brown. "It's kind of neat." New Hampshire's first "Little
Here in New Hampshire -- where on Thursday Mitt Romney will announce his presidential campaign -- they believe in community, as long as it is their own. They care passionately about education, the environment and health care. It's an odd mixture of parsimony and compassion; but it is, or used to be, very much in the American grain. How to achieve that mix is what the GOP currently has to figure out, and what GOP voters here want them to figure out. We at the AOL Huffington Post Media Group want to report intensively on that conversation, and allow and encourage our readers to be part of it. And that, in addition to covering Mitt, is why I am here helping to launch a pioneering experiment in presidential campaign coverage through our Patch sites.
Obama ran on a campaign promise of change. He can begin by using the pardon power generously to correct as many individual cases of injustice as possible.
Recently, I had the privilege to attend Prep for Prep's annual Lilac Ball fundraiser/graduation ceremony in the Grand Ballroom