we the people
On the day of President Donald Trump's inauguration.
The lockdown on 3rd Party candidates and Democracy is further exemplified by the concession of the Presidential debates by the League of Women Voters to the Commission on Presidential Debates.
Only by graduating from being manipulated by one side or another, and by gathering together beyond the two parties and outside the boundaries of the mainstream media can we activate the true heart and soul of America, and for the first time in a long time, be a beacon to the world.
I know our nation has never quite lived up to our fullest promise, but I always believed that in our democracy The People had a voice. No more.
But defenders of Obama's e-baloney will point out that the White House was quick to respond to a very important petition
In our "Bridging Differences" conversation on Education Week, Deborah Meier raised the role of "structures" in a democratic way of life in her last blog. She brings to mind my discussions with students at Lonestar Community College in Houston last week.
The legal argument the petition made was questionable anyway.
Anyone familiar with my own view -- considered, alas, "radical" (not in a good way) by many adults, including many so-called progressive -- knows that I maintain that our millions of citizens under age 18 should have equal right to self-determination, and be given equal opportunity to achieve that.
In normal years, this would be the official kickoff to the political Silly Season. This year, however, is not normal, as instead we're right at the kickoff of Presidential Debate Season, and the votes are already in -- the silly subject we're all going to obsess over this year is named Donald Trump.
A few years after I began covering the theater, I was introduced to Joe Iconis through a mutual friend.
The Puerto Rico governor's office did not respond to a request for comment. "Unless Congress revokes the 1947 and 1952 laws
What would happen if all of us critically examined our basic story of America and see if those stories cause us to make assumptions about people in our lives? What would happen if people could meet each other and see unique individuals with unique stories rather than characters in a pre-existing, pre-scripted story?
Roughly 75 protesters surrounded the department at about 10:30 a.m. with an "eviction notice" as well as demands that they
Add your signature here. From the statement: From the statement: Want to see "The Interview"? So do a lot of other would
Do you wonder, as I do, when will Blacks recognize the value of their vote and push Dems to act truly in the best interests of all Americans? When will Blacks leave the Party and empower themselves by recognizing that Democrats are not their best or only option?
If thawing out our republic and getting it back on a vibrant track can be achieved without any changes whatsoever to our Constitution, as I've asserted in my last blogs, why haven't we done so already?