While the introduction of three new voices to talk TV–all African-American and all women–is historically significant, what is equally relevant is the relative ease with which they’ve been acknowledged and accepted by viewers across the demographic spectrum. Whether it is the shoot-from-the-hip style of Mo’Nique, the bawdy comedy of Wanda Sykes (pictured below), or the [...]
New York Times journalist talks about his book Too Big to Fail, which gives a behind-the-scenes look at how decisions made on Wall Street led to the greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression.
Former presidential candidate weighs in on the situation in Afghanistan and explains points made in his book, End the Fed.
Communications consultant discusses the pushback towards President Obama and how anger has played itself out over the last few months.
It’s National Women’s History Month. So, here’s a round-up of tidbits and interesting articles in honor of the month. Be sure to tell us your Women’s History favorites as well. 1) Go to the National Women’s History Project to find out how Women’s History Month got started or what the 2009 theme is (hint: it’s [...]
In honor of Presidents’ Day, Marvel Comics released the “Gettysburg Distress” online for free today. The six-page digital comic is the tale of Captain America and Spider-Man doing a little time travel to witness Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. Marvel Comics is also playing up its “Amazing Spider-Man No. 583,” which features President Barack Obama (see Sean’s [...]
Pennies for Peace founder argues that unless girls are educated, society can’t change.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and best-selling author talks about the potential for unifying America around environmental issues.
Environmental advocate describes what the presidential candidates can do to advance the green collar movement.
Economist and “New York Times” Op-Ed columnist explains why the middle class in the U.S. is disappearing.