It is never too late to regain our credibility around the world.
Real lobbying reform must end the practice of corporate lobbyists writing our laws.
Forty-five percent of Iraqi citizens think it is morally okay to attack American troops.
The reality is that we have missed a lot of opportunities in Iraq because of a failed policy.
We need a tougher enforcement program and, most importantly, we need to fix the badly broken ethics system.
Our own State Department polls say that 80 percent of Iraqis view the United States as an unpopular occupier.
The worst excesses of the Congress of the 1980s pale in comparison with what is going on in Washington today.
As we celebrate Black History Month we should be grateful for the achievements they made and inspired by their legacies to continue their work.
Over the past few years special interests have had a larger and larger say over who gets what in America, and the voices of average citizens are being shut out.
Under the leadership of President Bush and Vice President Cheney, the United States has given up the moral high ground that we used to occupy as an international leader.