Archive | Opinion RSS feed for this section

What Will It Take To Go Green?

It shouldn’t take another BP Spill or Fukushima to get lawmakers on board with making the switch to green energy.

Read More 0 Comments

Obama Puts Politics Above Enforcing Immigration Laws

No matter what the White House claims, enforcement of America’s immigration laws is in total shambles.

Read More 0 Comments

America, Only You Can Turn Gridlock Into Democracy

There is an elephant in the room we call our political system and it shouldn’t be ignored.

Read More 0 Comments

No Time For Partisan Bickering In Congress

This is the time to finish the budget and attend to the huge problems we are seeing in the world.

Read More 0 Comments

President Obama, Get Back In The Game!

Mr. President, you’ve got the bully pulpit: you should set the agenda and the issues for the upcoming election.

Read More 0 Comments

You Don’t Know What ‘Libertarian’ Means

Don’t ask a libertarian, because most of them don’t know.

Read More 3 Comments

A Rising Tide Only Lifts All Boats When Everyone Has One

We’ve never really come to grips with what poverty actually is.

Read More 0 Comments

A Carbon Tax Is Absolutely Essential

Putting a price on carbon encourages less fossil fuel extraction and a rapid move to clean and green energy.

Read More 0 Comments

Why Are We Letting Americans Go Hungry?

This is not how the wealthiest nation on earth should treat its citizens.

Read More 0 Comments

What Happens In Africa Doesn’t Stay In Africa

As humans, we need to pay attention to what might be taking place continents away.

Read More 1 Comment

Obama Reiterates ISIS Strategy In Weekly Address

President Obama again reassured the U.S. strategy against the Islamic State during Saturday’s Weekly Address, saying, as he did Wednesday, “I’ve made it clear that those who threaten the United States will find no safe haven.”

LISTEN: The Weekend Ahead – September 13-14

The Day Ahead Logo

An international conference in France to address the Islamic State threat, the final Scottish independence debate, and NATO military exercises in Ukraine.

Militarization Of Police Brings Focus On Training

Currently, the 1033 law does not require agencies to receive strict training for specialized equipment.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – September 12, 2014

The World in 2:00 continents logo

France offers aerial strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq, Cuba sends doctors to Ebola-affected Sierra Leone, and 45 UN peacekeepers are freed in Syria.

Former Ambassador To Syria Predicts Obstacles In Defeating ISIS

Ford said the President’s ISIS strategy is a good sign, but uncertainties and complexities remain.

What Will It Take To Go Green?

It shouldn’t take another BP Spill or Fukushima to get lawmakers on board with making the switch to green energy.