We live in a capitalist society. It teaches us that “money” is the true measure of all things. If you got money, then … (fill in the blanks), and if you don’t, well there must be something the matter with
The formula “input plus process equals output” is used in monitoring everything from baking cakes to managing corporations. It’s also a valid formula for rearing children. When a cake turns out too hard or too soggy we know that something
OTP: The case of the Central Park Five. Why hasn’t the city settled that? Liu: For no good reason. It’s just stubbornness, perhaps an unwillingness to admit or confront the reality that a mistake was made. A really big mistake.
President Obama’s State of the Union Address Highlights the Economy, Climate Change, Gun Violence, Immigration and Ending the War in Afghanistan
View From Here In his State of the Union address to the nation Tuesday evening, President Obama spoke of the agenda items that would define his second term: an improved economy, universal preschool, tax credits for scientific research and development,
By Mary Alice Miller Mayoral candidate Christine Quinn’s last State of the City (SOTC) Address as Council Speaker was stunning in its vision for a New York in which middle class is defined as those who earn household incomes between
By David Mark Greaves with Nathaniel Adams “One of the most important cases facing this generation will be Shelby County v Holder, which will be heard before the Supreme Court on February 27th,” said Janai Nelson, Assistant Professor at St.
First Baptist Church is proudly commemorating 60 years of the continuous pastoral leadership of its founding minister, Rev. Clarence Norman, Sr. “I think it’s the greatest blessing a minister can have to be able to spend his entire ministry, his
As quiet as it’s kept, it is our relationship with self and others that make our lives rewarding or “a living hell”. There are countless cases of wealthy and famous people who have fallen victim to various addictions or resolved
Woodie King Jr.’s 2013 Black History Month Play Festival Celebrates Three Historic Figures: Douglass, DuBois, Powell, Feb. 8 -24
The lives and legacies of three giants of American History — Frederick Douglass, W.E. B. DuBois and Adam Clayton Powell III — will take center stage at Woodie King Jr.’s National Black Touring Circuit’s Black History Month Play Festival, in