His candidacy is based on the premise that he is beholden to no one and that he is a powerful person capable of imposing his will through sheer force of personality. This is nothing more than theater.
Convention locations and favorite son or daughter vice-presidential candidates do not matter. Shouldn't advisors and pundits stop making political decisions based on myths and start making them on what matters -- the amenities of the host city and the qualifications of the running mate to serve as vice-president, and, if disaster strikes, as president of the United States?
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he will have his friends in sports speak on his behalf at next week's GOP National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.
Every voter should take the time to go beyond the Republican politically motivated attacks on Hillary Clinton. Read about her and learn the truth about Hillary. You will get to know the incredible person Senator Sanders knows and so many of us who have had the honor of meeting and/or working with her know.
In 1781, Benjamin Franklin wrote a satirical letter, purporting to be a proposal for a subject for European scientists to study. Franklin, an amateur scientist himself, was making a snide point about what he considered to be rather frivolous research by the Europeans.
In January friends of mine invited me to attend a silent protest at a Republican political rally. I'm not very politically active; my interests lie more in interfaith activities and building bridges between people who are different.
Stop all the madness... please. We simply have no other words to even attempt to explain or comment on all the shootings this week -- the two black men killed by cops, and the five cops killed by a racist and murderous sniper in Dallas.
It is always a surprise to me that so much can happen in SportsWorld in only two weeks. It was just over two weeks ago that I left for Canada and the ...
This year’s Republican convention is going to be huge! Unfortunately, I had to cancel my plan to host the Convention at Mar-a-Lago and broadcas...
30-year-old Drew Philp, writer, journalist, screenwriter is doing something awesome and real, plus giving mamas everywhere, grey hair. He's walking fr...
We're bruised, but now, we're stronger. Let's prove it at these post-June Pride events.
The only problem with this narrative about Cleveland really embracing immigrants, all immigrants (not just refugees), and joining the immigrant-friendly city movement found in nearby rust belt cities, is that it's false.
Sports is a big deal in this town. Always has been, always will be. Cleveland needed to win something, not for bragging rights, but to revive the soul of the people. We needed something to unite us.
On Wednesday, my hometown of Cleveland hosted a once-in-a-lifetime celebration for our beloved Cavaliers who, led by native son LeBron James, had just stunned the sports world and won the NBA championship.
Growing up in Cleveland meant two things for me: I was destined from birth to become a diehard Cleveland sports fan and I understood, at a very young age, misery. I was no different from most kids who grew up in the Land.
In four weeks, there will be loud sounds erupting in Cleveland, but they are unlikely to be so joyous. They, too, will in a sense be coming from the Bay Area, as an echo from 52 years ago.