On the issue of same sex marriage, the U.S. Supreme Court should follow the lead of the NAACP.
Media Project Op-Ed
It’s a shame that in the states where the need for health care is greatest, the efforts to further restrict it are the fiercest.
We can’t allow ourselves to get stalled by evasive politicians, because right now is looking like the best bet for pushing real change past the partisan posturing.
On March 23, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings held a rally with hundreds of men in front of City Hall who pledged to end domestic violence.
April 7 is World Health Day, and one crucial way to recognize it is to change the way we eat.
Thirty-five years ago on April 7, President Carter issued federal regulations that opened construction jobs and trade apprenticeships to women.
Perhaps the stars have aligned to point to a different approach, one of engagement based on the proposition of mutual respect.
The U.S. Supreme Court should not overturn the will of the people.
If confirmed, Perez would become the first American of Dominican descent to serve in a Cabinet position.
The present $7.25 federal minimum wage is a national disgrace.
March 23 marks the third anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act, and there is much to celebrate, but still more to do, especially regarding health care for immigrants.
Friday, March 22, is World Water Day, and here in the United States we must learn to preserve this precious resource.
The time has arrived for President Obama and Congress to take immediate action on comprehensive, humane immigration reform.
Fifty years ago this month, the U.S. Supreme Court established the absolute right to counsel in criminal cases. It’s a right we must continue to defend.
America must apologize to Iraq, pay for what it broke and hold the individuals behind the war accountable.