Heroes are around us every day. They may not make the headlines like U.S. Airways pilot Chesley Sullenberger or Captain Richard Phillips held by Somali pirates.
In an age of arrogance and outrage, there are individuals who emerge that show us – teach us that … Read More
“Never impose on others what you would not choose for yourself.” – Confucius, early Chinese teacher-philosopher
One of the best (and most difficult to practice) definitions of the Golden Rule comes from former Hampton Honors College student Courtney Thompson.
It’s a short, but powerful essay … Read More
Manny Ramirez is gone, suspended for 50 regular season games, but should he be allowed to play in this year’s All-Star Game?
Ramirez’s suspension ends July 3. The All-Star Game is played on July 14th. Legally, Ramirez is eligible to play.
New York … Read More
And now for another “priceless” Broadway story:
“Mim Pollock was at a performance of South Pacific last month,” the Wall Street Journal article (June 7) begins, “when an audience member took off a shoe and propped her foot up on a rail in front of … Read More
President Obama appears quite comfortable with religious language but clearly wants to defuse the strong, divisive rhetoric surrounding it.
This was apparent in his inaugural address when he referred to the country as a “patchwork,” made up “of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus, and … Read More
In an afternoon press conference, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that former Countrywide CEO Angelo Mozilo has been charged with fraud.
The Washington Post reports that “from 2005 to 2007, the SEC alleged, Countrywide dramatically loosened its standards even though these executives were warned … Read More
“I’ll take ‘Political Conundrums’ for $600, Alex?
“Minnesota’s second Senator takes his seat in the Senate.”
After months of recounts and appeals the contest between Republican incumbent Norm Coleman and Democratic challenger Al Franken could be resolved within weeks… maybe.
“Mr. Coleman,” the New … Read More