A guest post written by Melissa Clendenen from Huntington Beach, California The news coverage of divisive politics and incendiary world events can make it hard to focus on the good and grace around us. Lately some of the news has focused on these issues and related aspects of law such as tax law and income […]
The early settlers in what became the United States took with them copies of the Magna Carta. My colleague Tony Lobl writes and lectures on spirituality and health, and recently wrote about “the Great Charter” and the influence it continues to have on our lives today.
The following is a blog from the Committee on Publication Federal Office that was posted on its website November 13, 2012 Generally speaking, the Nov 6. election will not drastically alter the Federal Office’s efforts with health care reform. The results of the election will continue the balance of power that has existed before: Barack […]
A guest post by Robert B. Clark, Committee on Publication for Florida Even though I live closer to the beach than the bay, Tampa’s hosting of the Republican National Convention (RNC) is already starting to impact my life. As soon as the last Olympic medal is awarded, the RNC will take center stage here in […]
Wondering what the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the health care reform law will mean? A live online town hall audio chat about the Supreme Court’s ruling on the health care reform law is planned at 7:30pm EDT or 4:30pm PDT on Thursday, July 12, 2012. Learn more about the July 12 online forum. This […]