Today is the 22nd anniversary of the signing of the Americans With Disabilities Act. The act was signed in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush. At his side was Justin Dart Jr., a tireless activist and leader of the disability rights movement. Dart was an advocate who was instrumental in helping to pass the ADA…. [Continue Reading]
As Mitt Romney gets ready to announce his pick for vice president, we look back at five nominees in American history who really had voters talking—or scratching their heads—at their selection. In the world of 2012 politics, vice presidential picks are carefully evaluated. The practice of vetting picks began in earnest after the election of… [Continue Reading]
A review of presidential polling data back to 1948 shows that Barack Obama’s edge in the latest Gallup poll is a positive sign for his re-election chances.
Would Mitt Romney announce his vice presidential pick a month early to counter Democratic attacks to shift the debate about his campaign? There are signs such an historic act is possible.
Honor the 22nd anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this Saturday with free admission to the National Constitution Center.