He spoke of laying the groundwork for a productive and happy tomorrow, one where future generations don't inherit the same worries we face today, to make sure they are able to harness the freedom that is rightfully theirs and to keep its flame lit as it passes from generation to generation.
Blast has learned that Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) has collapsed during President Barack Obama's celebratory luncheon. CNN initially reported that either Senator Kennedy or Senator Robert Byrd of West V...
The economic crisis has literally changed the rules of government. The executive branch has overseen an injection of trillions of public funds into the private sector -- and without admitting it, has essentially conceded that American-style capitalism, which has been viewed as holy writ by economists, journalists, academics and politicians for 30 years, is not sustainable. There are still many unknowns about how Barack Obama will govern when he takes office later this month, but one thing is clear: Obama will have enormous power. [...]
For the past couple of years (eight for me), Americans and people around the world have been waiting for the end of George W. Bush's presidency. Sure he's done some great things, like his groundbreaking work fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa, but for the most part, he was a huge bust.