3 Great Lessons From Senator John McCain’s Life

This week we said goodbye to a hero. You don’t have to agree with everything that he stood for politically. You do have to honor his service. The service that came with honor and the constant reminder that country comes first. The lessons and legacy he lives behind are clear. #1 Country Matters and Life … More 3 Great Lessons From Senator John McCain’s Life

VA Employees File Grievance Against Veterans Affairs Over Administration’s Executive Order

In a move to protect the best care and services for veterans, the working people of the Department of Veterans Affairs filed a national grievance against the agency and the Trump Administration yesterday. The American Federation of Government Employees, which represents more than 260,000 VA workers, is seeking a status quo ante remedy which would … More VA Employees File Grievance Against Veterans Affairs Over Administration’s Executive Order

Teamsters Triumph In Bid To Reverse Executive Orders That Targeted Federal Public Employees

The U.S. District Court Judge for the District of Columbia, Ketanji Brown Jackson has delivered a significant victory to the Teamsters and several other unions that filed suit challenging three Executive Orders issued by the president on May 25, 2018. Brown determined that the presidential actions were an “illegitimate attempt” to remove negotiable matters off … More Teamsters Triumph In Bid To Reverse Executive Orders That Targeted Federal Public Employees

Senator John McCain’s Life Is A Reminder To Serve Truly and Laugh Deeply

Senator John S. McCain has died. He served our country brilliantly as a soldier, family man and senator. Mr. McCain died at 4:28 p.m. Those are the facts, but there is more to it than that. To McCain’s friends and supporters, his humor is a mark of his authenticity. John reminded us with his service … More Senator John McCain’s Life Is A Reminder To Serve Truly and Laugh Deeply

Majority Of Voters Agree U.S. Senate Should Oversee Actions Of The Executive Branch

Today, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate released a national poll designed to measure Americans’ knowledge of the U.S. Senate, opinions about how elected leaders can make Congress work better, prioritization of critical issues, and level of engagement in civic life. The Institute partnered with leading Republican and Democratic polling firms … More Majority Of Voters Agree U.S. Senate Should Oversee Actions Of The Executive Branch

Pew Poll Finds That Gender Definitions Determine Thoughts

A new Pew Research Center survey finds that majorities of Americans say men and women are basically different in the way they express their feelings, their physical abilities, their personal interests and their approach to parenting. But there is no public consensus on the origins of these differences. While women who perceive differences generally attribute … More Pew Poll Finds That Gender Definitions Determine Thoughts