I believe in charity, but it is no substitute for government resources and policies. That's why I urge people to support change agents.
We are faced with a choice of who will pay to rebuild our infrastructure, educate our children, and transition to a green economy.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's "tale of two cities" could be told in cities across the country.
The ALEC forces are now subjecting Ohio counties with a strong organized labor base, to an onslaught of proposed changes in county government which, if passed, will abolish countywide election of county leaders.
The campaign against corporate criminals and their gluttonous greed just added a new speaker with a very loud voice, Pope Francis I.
Of those receiving government help in the form of food stamps or the SNAP program, 76 percent are children, disabled, or elderly.
I'm very proud that my father and uncle, Joe and Dennis Mora, were both at the 1963 March on Washington, one of many demonstrations and activities they participated in during the civil rights heyday.
It's clear that the wealthy backers of the "tear down every advance for working people since the New Deal" crowd have lots of phony arguments about debt and austerity.
Well, when it comes to Medicaid expansion they just might be. I ask because, who in their right mind rejects billions of dollars in federal funding?
What should we be teaching people, most especially the youth about the holiday season?