The proof is all over the news. If I said it once, I'll say it again: We have the power to change everything.
In the Middle East, where an individual...
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I caught a glimpse of the future last weekend in the Riverwest neighborhood of Milwaukee. For those of you who haven't spent time there yet, it would ...
Except those who are suffering from some form of radical fixations, psychopathology, trauma, personality disorders, or those who are simply uninformed...
After Iran's protest's last month we've heard precious little from the protestors. Have they been defeated by the efficient crackdown? We shouldn't dismiss the movement just yet.
Our children are our nation's future. One out of fifty children are already homeless, missing critical years of education, healthy development, and community support.
Women need to be able to exercise our collective power to achieve better pay and benefits at work. The Employee Free Choice Act would help us do just that.
While Wall Street rails against restrictions on executive salary bonuses, families are suffering. Some moms are selling their blood plasma to put food on the table.
The Real Wealth of our Nation is Its People
Over half a million people lost their jobs last month. There's no question we need a job-creation plan. T...
We've read a number of studies that talk about how it's not uncommon for managers at large organizations to "fly under the radar" with their own pro-employee, results-oriented work culture.
When you consider that the birth of a child is a leading cause of a "poverty spell" in America, this solution is one simple answer and it turns out it is good for business.
When children have gaps in coverage and do not get timely preventive care, they often end up requiring more expensive health care, such as hospitalizations and emergency room visits.
I jumped out of the car and put an Obama lawn sign on the RNC front lawn just as they were shuffling out and ran off screaming, O-Bama!
The economy is about more than just Wall Street bailouts. It's about how we're going to pay for escalating childcare, how we can pull together healthcare coverage for our kids.
The conversation shouldn't be about how many kids Gov. Palin has, which is essentially unchecked gender bias, it should be about the issues.
Mothers are in the mix. FINALLY. A major party nominee has broken the virtual "cone of silence" on the very real, shared motherhood issues that women...
Under our current system it is not possible to have retirement savings in joint name. So for better or worse, richer or poorer, in retirement planning the maxim "he who earns it, owns it" holds true.
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