In the wake of the Women’s Marches, activists have announced a major “People’s Climate March”.
New report disproves Trump claims of “job killing” environmental regulations.
It’s Banned Books Week again! This year the focus is on Young Adult books. So what books are corrupting the mind’s of today’s youth?
John A. Gronbeck-Tedesco, PhD, author of the forthcoming book, “Cuba, the United States, and Cultures of the Transnational Left, 1930-1975”, was kind enough to talk to me about Cuban and American relations, past and present, and more importantly, can I buy Cuban rum in my local liquor store yet.
Dr. Saqib Qureshi, author of “Reconstructing Strategy: Dancing with the God of Objectivity”, argues against an isolated United States.
See my pretty coloring. Put it on your refrigerator.
A new documentary gives us a look at Sheriff Joe Arpaio from in front of and behind the camera. Welcome to “The Joe Show”.
What can Americans without health insurance and without cash do? Some get access to Remote Area Medical, and thanks to a documentary releasing soon we get to see what it’s like to be on the giving and receiving end of Remote Area Medical.
We’re lucky enough to have an excerpt from author Parker J. Palmer’s latest book “Healing the Heart of Democracy”.
Still looking for a Halloween costume idea? The folks at political blog Press the President might influence you with the idea of winning cash for your politically inspired costume.