21st Century Citizens are willing to roll up their sleeves, join arms and to work collaboratively and constructively with each other to renew America and the American Dream. They are willing to stand up and speak out.
Talk to Pharrell Williams for five minutes, and you'll instantly understand his need to work with others, push himself and expand his repertoire. It all comes down to his perception of the American Dream, and how he chooses to lives it.
We cannot let the message machine of the Republican Party lull voters into universal amnesia. Remember these are the same guys that put the nails in the coffin cementing the potential extermination of the middle class.
There's an entire sub-generation of hybridized Americans like me out there, and sooner or later, we all have to face the same predicament: defining what home is, and whether you can stomach spending any time there.
For the last four years of our lives all we have heard is that the world is falling apart. The job market will never recover, unemployment is higher than ever, and art school was a bad idea. But we beg to differ.
While shouting at each other, both the left and right may not recognize a shared concern: the sense that they are caught amidst economic forces that threaten self-sufficiency and control over one's destiny.
Many are now asking themselves the question: "How will I find a new place to live when I have no income, cash or credit rating? Where will I go?" Don't panic. Let's calmly and rationally go over your options.
Public education used to be the foundation of our country and a model for education all over the world. There is nothing more important to the future of our country than educating our future generations.