For decades the plight of the more than 3.6 million American citizens living on the Island has been neglected by Congress.
Israel does not have a policy of apartheid towards Arabs.
Representing terrorist organizations crosses all boundaries.
We must take steps to help more people naturalize, and we have the tools to get started.
Everyone is, of course, entitled to their own opinions. But we do – justifiably – hold elected officials to higher standards.
The absence of a long term federal funding plan for our nation’s roads, bridges and tunnels is having a big negative effect on states.
An astounding 21 members of the United States Congress ran without any opposition in the 2014 mid-term elections.
California has moved ahead with a pragmatic, less rancorous approach to strengthen its schools.
It’s time to start defining college in a new way that accurately reflects the needs of today’s students and the realities of the 21st century workforce.
We impose solutions that work for us, without ever bothering to ask if they work for the people we intend to help.