As befitting a television character, Anderson has adjusted remarkably well to his loss of sight, has a successful career, and is popular with the young women of Washington D.C. We don't know how well thousands of real veterans who suffered life-altering injuries while serving in Iraq are adjusting to their loss.
Blood, treasure and the war in Iraq
The Parable of Polihale: Community Spirit in the 21st Century
The implications of forcing language on the people
Next month, thousands of people from around the world will journey to the Republic of South Africa to watch the world cup soccer being played there.
Some of those visitors may visit the museum in Soweto, the Black township near Johannesburg.
That museum documents the history of the 1976 protests in Soweto that originally began peacefully. When the police fired live bullets at the students, things turned violent, and rioting young people destroyed government buildings and killed some government individuals.
Oklahoma must act now to overcome its shortage of primary care physicians
The Oklahoma Legislature has within its means the ability to begin to heal a problem that has long plagued Oklahoma – decreased access to health care, caused in large part by the state’s severe shortage of primary care physicians.
Our land, and their land: liberty, law, free markets, free people
In the 1920s, when my Canadian-born Irish Catholic grandfather (Bruce Arthur McGuigan) arrived in Chicago to find work, scattered shop windows still bore signs instructing, “No Irish need apply.”