What tactics should the GOP take this week as more hearings are held?
You’ve heard the saying, ‘the more things change, the more they stay the same?’ You’ve also probably have heard a lot about the new incivility and lack of cooperation in Washington. From my experience on Capitol Hill and at the White House, I’d say there’s some truth to that. I remember when we all got …read more
On Monday, the Supreme Court will hear a case that has gained little attention in the media, but has earned support from a diverse set of groups. At the heart of the case is the question of how much power the government can assert to curtail constitutional rights when it provides grants and other discretionary …read more
‘Tis the season for advice giving and taking. Commencement addresses provide forums for reflection on present accomplishments and encouragements for the future. And even if some of the guidance sounds like the same old stuff that’s drudged up every year, there’s still room for inspiration in being told to “follow your dreams!” and “be passionate …read more
Foreign aid is often a sticky wicket in an election year. That’s especially true in 2012 with an anemic economic recovery and problems of our own here on U.S. soil. With the budget process underway, supporters and skeptics of the current budget levels of foreign aid are making persuasive arguments. While I’m a supporter of …read more
You may have heard that going to Africa can change your life forever. That’s certainly been true for me on the trips I’ve taken there. Recently, I had the opportunity to travel to Freetown, Sierra Leone with the ONE campaign to learn more about maternal and child health, girls’ education and women’s empowerment in Africa. …read more
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