A sobering toast to the dubious achievements of the worst president in American history.
Love of country is expressed not just by civic virtue, but economic rights, rule of law and fair distribution of the nation's resources.
The New York Times columnist compares Obama's current Afghanistan strategy to JFK's escalation of Vietnam in the early 1960s.
The Nation's Chris Hayes discusses Obama's controversial choice of Sanjay Gupta for Surgeon General.
So, why didn't they give peace a chance? Why did the leaders of Hamas and Israel not wait for the incoming US president's inauguration before mutually escalating hostilities?
Lakhdar Brahimi, a leading UN troubleshooter in the Middle East weighs in on the crisis in Gaza and speculates on how it may affect Obama's presidency.
The following humble suggestions are based on my 70 years of experience as an underground fighter, member of the Knesset and founding member of a peace movement in Israel.
Let us pause, amid the muddle of the moment in this season of renewal and fresh starts, to consider fundamental things.
Barack Obama has mobilized the most connected national constituency in history. But can he use it to govern?
It's time for progressives to create coalitions and craft smart strategies that will push Obama and the new Congress to seize this moment.