Supreme Court Jester: Obamacare Upheld


Throughout my meeting this morning, my eyes slid often to the clock hanging above the projector screen. 9:30…9:45…10:00. As the second hand reached the apex of its circular path, I crossed my fingers that the Supreme Court (now in session) would turn its eyes from the heated present and, instead, look to the sturdy past … Continue reading

Elections Leave Obama Unsupported


The Republican party picked up at east 10 governorships Tuesday and may gain even more by the time the final votes are tallied in all 37 Gubernatorial races. With a GOP dominated House and a (barely) Democratic Senate, what lies ahead for the next two years? In the days leading up to the election, Senator … Continue reading

Tea-Party Movement Gains Momentum


Tea-Party Movement is gaining popularity and the Nov. 2 elections are just around the corner. Will the Senate/House see more Republican influence?

Conservatives and Liberals: White or Black Isn’t Reality


Republicans and Conservatives argue like it’s their job. Well, it kind of is their job. Where do I stand?