TPP is the will of the wealthy whose greed has gone so deep as to be dangerous to us all.
Student Ivy Ziedrich confronted Jeb Bush and taught us what it means to put the people in "government of the people, by the people, for the people."
Announcements by candidates running for president are coming fast and furious; the 2016 election campaign has begun.
The Vietnamese - victims of invasion, aggression and atrocities - haven't forgotten us.
The biggest problem facing foreign policy makers today may not be apparent to the average person browsing the internet.
This kind of economy stands on three legs: raw materials, cheap labor, and as little regulation from government as possible.
On Jan. 24, while on what was supposed to be a fun-filled field trip, 57 Lakota American Indian school children, ages 9-13, were verbally and physically assaulted.
Looking at it through a wide-angled lens, we've been staying at people's houses for hundreds of years; saving money, meeting people, really immersing ourselves in the culture.
I remember the words attributed to my favorite American humorist, Mark Twain: "Figures don't lie, but liars can sure figure."
It's patently obvious the GOP is trying to convince retired workers that in order to preserve the system, the disabled should be sacrificed.