One Year Later
When my mother died, I lost a chunk of my heart. I do not think I will ever get it back. Your mother is your home. She gave you life. Unsurprisingly, life isn't the same without her. It loses meaning. In this crazy time of transition for me I have found that I have lost all courage, conviction, and confidence.
With a litany of crises to deal with, now more than ever, President Obama needs his army of advocates once more to continue the fight for change.
A year has passed since President Obama was elected. On many opportunities and so many speeches, Obama emphasized the need
As part of HuffPost's One Year Later series, we're looking back at many of the significant moments since Obama was elected
Those presidents who are both remembered by history and re-elected have been those who stuck their necks out to fight for the rights of the vulnerable. The gay community is still waiting for Obama.
What puts this first year in perspective for me is that: Obama may not be smarter than all of us, but he sure is smarter by a long shot than McCain would have been. And that, for now, is enough for me.