As we near the 100th anniversary of Jim Thorpe’s triumph in the 1912 Olympics, his story is worth telling again and again.
The annual reauthorization of the Department of Defense contains unprecedented and dangerous language that gives the President virtually unchecked power to take the country to war and keep us there.
The critical issue before this nation today is not Libyan democracy; it is American democracy.
Imagine an America which stands not in pursuit of an axis of evil, but which is itself at the axis of peace and freedom.
He was our Boswell, our Whitman, our Sandburg. He could get people to open up and share their innermost thoughts and dreams.
Repair America's infrastructure, starting with New
Orleans; resettle displaced people in the city, give them construction
jobs and pay all a fair wage.
The life of Dr.
Speech to The Democratic National Committee--Western Caucus
Saturday, May 25, 2002
"... Come my friends,
'tis not too late to seek
a newer world, ..."