Inclusion

Yesterday’s Inauguration of President Obama was stirring on many levels.  First to see the transfer of power calmly and the oath of office administered by the Supreme Court Justices is an inspiring moment.  Around the world people hunger for this kind of civil and democratic process.  As the Arab Spring continues to struggle with Democracy…Read more »

No tears for Osama

I have no tears for Osama bin Laden. There is a reason the crowds have gathered at the White House, Time Square and Ground Zero.  America feels a sense of vindication.  A sense of justice done. The leader and mastermind of attacks on democracy and freedom through his evil terrorist network of Al-Qaida is dead.…Read more »

No More Doma Defense

President Obama and the Justice Department have finally come to their senses.  Yesterday they announced they would no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in court.  There are at least two federal cases one in Connecticut and one in New York challenging sections of DOMA and the constitutionality for denying certain benefits and…Read more »