Seen as a rising Democratic star, he dropped out of Kansas City, Missouri, mayor's race last year.
It also highlights the enormous pressure we put on veterans, and that us vets put on ourselves.
The Army veteran said he had long ignored working on his mental health.
Jason Kander vows consequences for those who deny people the vote.
Kander could assemble a rifle but not a victory.
Imagine that you were just diagnosed with end-stage heart failure. The doctor shakes her head, makes a tch-tch sound with her mouth, and explains you have a 50% chance of living two more years-- and that there is no cure.
Now who loves the Second Amendment more?
What if there was a cure for a terrible disease you or a loved one suffered from--but a politician passed a law against that cure? Sound ridiculous? Maybe not. Consider Missouri Senator Roy Blunt (66), Republican, who has been in office for more than twenty years, and who seems to judges medical science by his ideological opinions.
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt was nowhere to be found at his party's nominating convention in Cleveland this week, despite being vice chair of the Senate Republican conference.
Be it a cliché, the adage "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again" may be the best way to describe the latest production of "The Visit" opening this week at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Former Missouri state Sen. Jeff Smith (D-St. Louis), now a political science professor at the New School in New York, praised
Missouri's secretary of state suggested to Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) that rather than luring businesses to Texas during his
Kander said the bill makes what could be described as a poll tax for those seeking to vote. While there is a provision in