I had the privilege of attending my first Tea Party event. I addressed several thousand people concerning the impact of wrong-headed energy policies on all Americans
If Steele is fired or resigns before he completes a critical stabilization plan for the party, it may spell doom for the RNC in 2010 and beyond.
As someone who believes that the Tea Party movement is a return to foundational American values, I suggest a PR makeover.
Driving up energy costs is a course of action that economically traumatizes "the last and the least" of America's citizens
Quality healthcare for all will undoubtedly not be the result of Sunday night's vote. Some of the most pressing problems in our national healthcare industry have not been addressed.
I am convinced they can be reached, empowered, and mobilized …but not with the same old tired rhetoric and judgmental approaches.
Most of us remember the stellar advertising campaign A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste designed at giving underprivileged college students a bite at the educational apple.
"Black children are an endangered species." Despite opponents' vitriol, the billboard campaign is both tasteful and historic.
Last week Sarah Palin appeared on Bill O'Reilley's show discussing a crude joke levied at her on the animated television show, "The Family Guy."
I was not surprised that a recent Washington Post article gleefully asserted, "DC's left leanings confirmed in poll."
Courts and legislators seem compelled to ignore polls and the heartfelt values of the people.
Transforming America's racial and cultural dynamics is a lot like running a marathon. The only major differences are time and course.
We, the under-signed, are a bi-partisan group of 100 ministers from around the nation. We are asking you to veto the Religious Freedom and Civil Rights Equality Amendment of 2009.
We began the new millennium as though we were opening the Wild West or exploring outer space. Since 2000, a lot has changed.
This will be, for some, the year we never thought would end.
The lesson the church must take from the boldness of the city council is that we must be prayerful activists. In a democracy, both are needed.
While some well-meaning Christians organized a public a demonstration of solidarity with the Denmark Climate Change summit, we must all beware that we don't miss the forest for the trees.
Last week was momentous in the battle for marriage in the US. It was a little like riding a roller coaster.
The season and the circumstances beg another question in response to the hypothetical question I just posed, "How many of us really celebrated the holiday in proper fashion?"
Christianity is not merely a set of doctrines or beliefs; it lives out the ideals set forth in the Bible.
From my vantage point, I am noticing a passion among individual citizens to engage in the political process
It is ironic that the city's most fundamental civil rights - the right to vote - is being hijacked in the name of giving one group its civil rights.
Marriage redefinition is not only wrong-headed, it is also being tackled in the wrong sequence.
I was shocked by the news that a long list of "progressive" ministers came out in support of the administration's plan.