Freedom is considered a core value of American life, but what happens when individuals start using those freedoms to harm others? Rose Nolen offers her take on the complexity of freedom in America.
Campaign funding may be the main factor in determining the 2012 election, but Americans haven't yet allowed it to decide the outcome.
Time is of the essence. We need to quit playing electronic games, turn off the computers and the televisions and go back to school.
A recent Supreme Court ruling allowing unrestricted independent political expenditures from corporations is just the latest example of the country's surrender to the power of money.
A lack of employer leadership hinders employee growth and productivity and fosters complacency, which leads to poor employee performance.
Workplace discrimination against women still exists today, and solving the problem will require women 'banding together' on the same side.
America is becoming what it will be. No one can hold back the tide. Today, we live in the world of our fathers; tomorrow we will live in the world of our children.
We can learn from history in more exciting ways than we used to. And sometimes, it is helpful to look over our shoulders and profit from past experiences.
People need to properly understand the separation of church and state. We should be more concerned about people who hate than whom someone loves.
The lust for power seems suddenly to have invaded every aspect of our lives. That seems to be the driving force behind this need for an individual to have the world operate by his or her rules or no rules.
The volatility of the electoral process has left voters uninspired, confused and willing to skip out on Election Day. If we continue on this path, it is difficult to say what kind of government we will ultimately inspire.
As Social Security money dwindles and the nation's debt rises, Congress needs to "protect our money and demand that rich people pay their fair share of taxes."
The language chosen by some people during this presidential campaign to express their displeasure is off the charts.
Organizations like the American Legislative Exchange Council use citizens as pawns to pass laws that benefits themselves and similar corporations.
People complain that things aren't like they used to be, but we have wielded the many changes. People are too willing to "throw out the old and take on the new."
Sick people deserve to have health care; the Affordable Care Act allows them that right. We have the responsibility to find ways to help those less fortunate.
The United States has struggled over the years in maintaining the principles outlined in the Constitution. Political parties do little to stick to the ideals of our forefathers.
Because many people do not have a firm grasp of the First Amendment, they do not know what they can or cannot legally say. As citizens, we need to monitor harmful speech, such as Rush Limbaugh's recent outbursts.
This generation and future generation should continue to fight for women's rights, in remembrance of the women who gathered at Seneca Falls Convention and stood for equal rights, and preserve the rights.
A recently defeated amendment would have allowed insurance providers with moral or religious objections to refuse to cover birth control.