Democratizing service and sacrifice would revitalize the meaning of citizenship, regenerate the civil-military relationship, and introduce an inclusiveness to help us find a more common basis of strength in our dangerously divided nation.
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Effective citizens are sophisticated consumers of information. They ask hard questions about the issues facing their community, state, and nation. All of these behaviors are learned, not innate.
WASHINGTON -- Former Equinox sous chef Phillip Blane is striking out on his own, with his wife opening a new eatery Unum in Georgetown at 2917 M St. N...
Government sponsorship of religion runs afoul of the First Amendment and should be strongly rejected by our legislature and our judicial system.
I had promised myself that my next blog post would be about my experience of the Citizens Intervention rally at the US Capitol. But, I came acros...
President Barack Obama urged lawmakers to move on the transportation funding portion of his jobs bill Wednesday, while simultaneously mocking them for...
We have a purpose to make this the best nation in the world to live. We cannot do that if we discuss and address unemployment and education by factions and not as a country.
It's not enough that "In God We Trust" appears on our currency and is listed as our national motto. Now, some want the phrase chiseled in court, at work and in our kids' schools.
The election of the first U.S. president of African descent has challenged a lot of people's self-identity. The loud, vicious, unruly behavior is a collective expression of white trepidation.
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