HB2 cannot become a cancerous model that spreads throughout the country, or even one referenced abroad as a way to justify even more extreme forms of discrimination against the already marginalized LGBT community.
This week's legislation is an important step towards the U.S. taking on the leadership mantle in the fight against looting and cultural destruction globally. The bill proposed by Representative Keating to strengthen the capability of customs and border enforcement in preventing the traffic in cultural property is another crucial step in this campaign.
Did you ever think Donald Trump would get this far?! I sure didn't, but regardless of how you feel about Trump and his funny looking hair, one thing I have to admit is that he has body language down.
Theodore Roosevelt once said, "Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat."
Obama got us moving in the right direction, but when you are fleeing a forest fire, it is not just a question of direction but also of speed. Can we get to safety before catastrophe engulfs us?
We have so many races where turnout is not only embarrassingly pathetic, but also enormously consequential -- no matter which side of the aisle you reside on. Ironically, the one citizen who may be most aware of our anemic participation rate is the man sitting in the Oval Office.
There has been intense interest on both sides of the Pacific in the possibility of a presidential visit to Hiroshima -- the first by a sitting U.S. President -- so I wanted to share some details on what the purpose of the visit is, and what the President will do.
The President's order to fight an unauthorized war requires conscientious military members to violate their oath to "support and uphold the Constitution," which by extension requires them to disobey orders that are unconstitutional. Herein lies the crux of my brother Nathan's case.
On May 13, the leaders of the Nordic countries will meet with President Obama in the White House. The Nordic countries have been a subject of debate i...
The laws of physics tell us something of substance can't be created from nothing. That may be true when it comes to the physical world, but recent events show it doesn't apply to the world's burning passion for wildlife.
If politicians continue to ignore the other elephant in the room--letting race-baiting, xenophobia, religious bigotry and other forms of intolerance spread and fester like cancer--much more than the Presidency of the United States will be at stake.
Every child deserves the opportunity to cultivate his or her own unique connections to these incredible places, experiencing for themselves all that our national parks and other federal lands and waters have to offer.
Reviewing the voluminous record, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that, for all the prolix lawyerly discussion, the Obama people reached the same conclusions as did John Yoo and David Addington in the Bush administration: the President could do pretty much as he pleased.
For colleges like Virginia Wesleyan as well as many small-business and nonprofit operations, the impact will be felt immediately and injuriously.
It was clear from its inception that the White House's "We the People" internet petition system was a shameless public relations gimmick perhaps only ...
Sadiq Khan's election as London´s first ever Muslim mayor is yet another bellwether event indicative of massive demographic shifts happening global...