Some things in life simply cannot go together: oil and water, vinegar and baking soda, and sometimes, politics and sports.
Sagittarians love to get out of their comfort zones and explore the world.
Individual Justices have said they don’t trust the technology not to be intrusive.
To have and to hold; to enforce, but not defend … the partisan clash over the Defense of Marriage Act
DOMA stands a good chance of stirring the 2012 presidential election campaign.
Runners are natural competitors, striving for either a personal best or to lead the pack. Perhaps that explains why so many of our leaders in the White House–and those who’ve aspired to be elected to the Oval Office–have taken up the sport.
“If you wait long enough, you will be vindicated. But we did show them we could fly.”
The student participants of the At the Table project looked deeply within themselves to better understand how best to behave.
Nowhere in the Constitution is there a requirement that, to get anything controversial done in the Senate, the votes of 60 senators are necessary.
By the time you read this, I will have taken the Oath of Citizenship.
It might be done by amending the Constitution.