Presidents are probably subjected to more tediously delivered information than anyone in the country, so it’s no surprise that many of them were doodlers.
The deeper, moral argument against Progressivism is that it is wrong to treat equals unequally–especially in the name of equality.
The bereaved need and deserve something better than so-called Celebrations of Life. They deserve a funeral that speaks frankly and honestly about death.
Balancing career and family is a struggle for anyone. Royalty is no exception. And now Prince William and Kate are about to leave the honeymoon stage.
Maybe Obama never really focused on the issue of inequality of opportunity before because he really doesn’t have a solution to the harder challenge of what’s really going on in the working class.
The result of this bandwagon-circling around the inherent rightness of progressivism is a rejection of the traits that they’ve associated with “being a wonk.”
I grew up Baptist and didn’t have much knowledge of the liturgical calendar. I thought “The Twelve Days of Christmas” was a silly song like “Frosty.” I was wrong.
Anybody considering opting out of Obamacare should take the time to know their options and become savvy self-pay patients.
If we, in The City of Man, took the Pope’s advice on economic issues, we’d end up with millions more living in poverty.
We’ve passed the administration’s deadline, and Obamacare still isn’t fixed. There’s one crazy thing that could change that.
A new TIME article claims that the majority of food stamp recipients live in Republican congressional districts, but TIME’s data don’t support its charge.