Dr. Jonas Salk’s discovery of a polio vaccine was supported by a nation-wide commitment to ending the disease. Today, measles is making a comeback as some parents exclude their children from vaccinations. Continue reading
- February 12, 2015
- February 11, 2015
Today’s capital punishment and racial injustice are ‘direct descendants of lynching.’ Continue reading
- February 9, 2015
Nine Republican presidential hopefuls attended the “Freedom Summit” in Iowa last month, but the real important GOP gathering was the Koch’s event in Palm Springs.
- February 6, 2015
This is more than just bad journalism, it’s an affront to all who lost their lives in a brutal and bloody deception.
- February 1, 2015 | Updated February 22, 2015
Washington Redskins, Cleveland Indians, Atlanta Braves — Indian mascots and nicknames have historically been first draft picks in American sports. But for Charlene Teters, a Spokane Indian, transplanting cultural rituals onto the field is a symbol of disrespect. Continue reading
- January 31, 2015
Advocates argue that to continue progress, civil legal aid must be deployed more broadly in future efforts to combat poverty.