The best part of my Thanksgiving weekend was sitting around the table with family debating the upcoming NCAA national championship game. I have to admit, I love talking with my brother—a lifelong Buckeye – who is always optimistic that Ohio State can go all the way. Then there’s my father – a lifelong Alabama fan – that regularly reminds everyone that “It’s unlikely for the Bucks to beat ‘Bama if[...]
Hopefully, you are reading this while sprawled on a comfy couch after enjoying a delicious Thanksgiving feast and just before turning on the TV to catch the Dallas Cowboys football game. To pass the time, let’s play word association. I say Texas, you think ____? If you said, “the state that is exceeded only by California and Florida in the number of votes cast for Barack Obama[...]
Has Hillary Clinton already clinched the Democratic nomination for President in 2016? Can Senator Elizabeth Warren – or anyone else – snatch the prize away? Will Hillary be America’s first female President? Probably, unlikely, and more likely than not. Here’s our take.
She is Running
First of all, she’s running. The Clintons have been playing the long game in politics for more than 30 years. [...]
I was recently robbed at gunpoint. That experience has raised many personal and political questions. Progressives believe that every person deserves to be safe and protected in his or her community. But as the violent crime and robbery rates skyrocket across the country, can we craft an inspired policy agenda driven by politicians with the heart and will to stop the cycle of violence?
Those were the central[...]