As Obama takes his oath of office on Tuesday, may he and this country be guided by those "better angels" upon whom Lincoln called. If ever there were a president who was capable of being so blessed, it is he.
Read Whole Story
People are stressed about money. So, why is the president-elect still asking me to send in donations? You got elected. Can you stop asking me to give you money now?
After nearly a decade, it's nice to see that Americans can petition their president again.
Chuck Norris proposes that the use of Rick Warren's presence at Obama's inauguration might be a diversionary tactic to take attention off a covert plan to reintroduce the Freedom of Choice Act.
Over the weekend, Al Sharpton spit some hot fire at the organized faiths that worked to pass California's anti-gay initiative, Proposition 8, castigat...
New Hampshire Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson, a vocal gay rights leader, will open President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration with a prayer on Sunday...
Christianity is a belief, a choice. Sexuality is gift from God, for believers. I am gay, I don't "believe" I'm gay, and I never had a choice, for which I thank God everyday.
How are things going for you since being selected by Obama to be his hotline to God at the inauguration? We couldn't help but notice tha...
Not only is failure an option, it is an imperative. Leaders who actively seek to avoid failure are destined to choose the most expedient, and therefore the most treacherous path.
Some of you may have seen portions of the following videos but The Brody File has gone through them and found them to be pretty interesting.
Everyone is a sucker for the year-end lists. Beyond re-hashing highlights of hoopla, I propose revisiting the topics herein with hindsight, rather th...
The surgeon general has an informal role as the country's leading medical and lifestyle educator, and it's that role the Gupta is uniquely positioned to fill.
Anne Hathaway spoke her mind about Barack Obama on the red carpet at Tuesday night's Palm Springs Film Festival.
There to accept an award for her...
Repealing Don't Ask Don't Tell has been floated as one opportunity for Obama, but I encourage the new President to try frying a bigger fish -- the Defense of Marriage Act.
If Obama is going to bring "outsiders" (aka Clinton insiders) to the table, he needs to do it while showing an ability to operate within the current political parameters.
"To Obama": 1. to rise above personal assault for the greater good; 2. to take rivals, hold them close, and use their innumerable talents for service.
For Inauguration Day, I propose an alternative that both respects the choice of the President-Elect of Warren and affirms the dignity of those Gay and Lesbian Americans who have stood with him.
Maybe it's not so much Rick Warren I should be directing my protests toward as all the gays and lesbians who titter at the very serious idea of equality.
Yes, Rick Warren presents himself as a reasonable, thoughtful and even mostly accepting man. That's precisely the problem.
Barack Obama's transition team is ringing in the New Year with a series of meetings with religious groups. It is striking that the names that dominat...
Brace yourself. It's going get rocky soon. We are about to have a very bright man as our president. And we've been away from that territory for a very long time.
It is so small, in such a long day of pageantry, on the first day of some long years of the fight ahead. In terms of the fish-frying before us, Rick Warren is a scallop, and Moby Dick is circling us.
President-elect Barack Obama's choice of Rick Warren to deliver the inaugural invocation drew one kind of protest. Whether the evangelical pastor offe...
Obama is a compromiser, a political figure committed to building bridges, even to those who will give him heartburn as well as their support.
Selecting Rick Warren for the inaugural invocation is a Sister Souljah moment for Barack Obama. It's not his first, but it's the saddest, the most hurtful.
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day..