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Sottile, Oct. 30, 2013 Ronald Reagan was the Great Communicator...That's why his unique contribution to a long-standing Presidential tradition of second-term scandals was the key question at the heart of Iran-Contra: What didn't the President know,
It's really been amazing this past week watching liberal media members that for years have been complaining about Republican filibusters almost universally celebrate Texas state Senator Wendy Davis's (D) filibuster of an abortion bill that clearly
If it weren't for the miracle of the Internet, I confess that I would never have stumbled upon a site no, a sight! that inspires and enlightens in equal measure. Their motto is "Prepare to believe," and I can tell you that I am now ready for anything.
John le Carre The ritual performance of the legend of democracy in the autumn of 2012 promises the conspicuous consumption of $5.8 billion, enough money, thank God, to prove that our flag is still there. Forbidden the use of words apt to depress a Q
Only one-third of Americans can name all three branches of government. Education reform's focus on high-stakes testing has sidelined civics education. To save American democracy, Romney and Obama must discuss how to help schools educate engaged
Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images As the United States comes together today for hot dogs, hamburgers, fireworks and some good old-fashioned patriotism, it's also moment for contemplation. It's that annual opportunity for Americans to look back in fondness
Bestselling Author and Activist to Discuss His Latest Book Monday, February 13, 2012 He's a sociologist, a social activist, and a spiritual seeker. He's the author of bestsellers The Courage to Teach , Let Your Life Speak , and A Hidden Wholeness .
Amid a slow economic recovery and strained public budgets, legislatures around the country are frequently mired in gridlock...The great temptation, time and again, is to blame the politicians ostensibly incapable of pointing the country out of the
UtahThis small, alpine mountain town is transformed every winter during the Sundance Film Festival into a buzzing hive of the movie industry. While much of the attention is focused on the celebrities, Sundance has actually become a key intersection
P Eight Chinese delegates tour southern California to survey the United States' democratic process Published: Monday, November 1, 2010 Updated: Monday, November 1, 2010 16:11 Pedro Corona / The Poly Post Li Yun, assistant professor at China Univ.