The Obama Revolution is more than a revolution of policy proposals, campaign decisions, and lofty rhetoric. It is a revolution in the way we think about ourselves and act on our convictions.
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The important thing is to be sure that while we're endeavoring to achieve universal health care, we don't do so only or largely on the backs of ill people.
How long, how many bumps, crashes, scrapes and whacks, will it take before we actually see that the change that is actually happening is not the change that even Obama expected?
Change, it turns out, is not a tidy process. Anyone who's ever been through a divorce or quit their job or perhaps more commonly n...
You have forever changed what it means to be the President of the United States and I'm so grateful and happy for your existence.
I think we're excited at the prospect of change, but fear being fooled by mere hope. After all, those two concepts -- hope and change -- are not the same thing.
Smart power in the service of the robust diplomacy Clinton intends to implement is about listening, learning what the other side truly wants and needs rather than reliance on assumptions.
After this week's celebrations end, we will have to follow Dr. King's example and reinvest our energy and optimism into efforts whose benefits many not be fully seen for many years to come.
Today is a day to dream immensely and get ready for the work that is to come.
We miss Dr Martin Luther King, Jr each day. His day, our day, asks each of us to stand up for decency and justice and non violence in our time, in our community, in our family, and in our world.
Expectations for Obama are high and no where more than in the Muslim World that has seen the past decade marked by a threatened Clash of Civilizations between it and the West.
Now we can and must demand better ethical standards from our bankers, financial advisors, corporate and political leaders.
There must be a place in the NIH where the discovery of knowledge is focused on preventing or curing the diseases of our loved ones.
President-elect Barack Obama paid homage to Chicago soul in his Grant Park acceptance speech. He riffed on Wendell Phillips High graduate Sam Cooke by...
This President has the backing of the frightened majority of Americans. We are ready to do whatever it takes to help our new President do whatever it takes to save us.
There is no common definition of peace. Instead, it means different things at different times to different people. True peace is a dynamic way of being in the world wherein all are blessed.
Mr. Obama, by choosing Rick Warren, you have sent a shiver up the spine of every GLBTQ American who believed that you might actually be the voice and actor of real change.
As it stands, we've got a president-elect who is putting Rev. Jeremiah Wright behind him for good so he can deliver on some campaign promises. Stay tuned... And keep the faith.
On November 4th, Barack Obama was elected President as the result of the most effective political campaign in American history. The election of Ameri...
The world is watching American history in the making, live and in living color. We've taken an important step in the right direction by electing Barack Obama as President.
We need to not only tap the power, the knowledge, the wisdom of age; we need to do that in a way that works for older adults across all economic, social, racial and ethnic lines.
Speaking to reporters for the third time in three days, Barack Obama was asked directly whether the staff choices he had made for his cabinet and advi...
It's time to bring in a new generation of leaders to the White House, not just a new version of the same.
I'm not ready to return to the same non-adrenaline-rush grassroots work that propelled Obama and the Dems to such a decisive victory.
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