President Obama’s final public words to the American people and the world at his final press conference in the White House yesterday was a visionary clarion call to empower as happy warriors those who will carry on the fight for the progressive values he’s stood for and that will be […]
The Uncouth. It is the movement of the great Uncouth that is taking over the world before our very eyes. Rude, lacking...
On New Year’s Day, CNN ran a story on Brilliant Light Power’s progress in developing its SunCell which the company...
In the opening of the Biblical Gospel of John, the contrast of light to darkness (“the Light” which God both was...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s muscular and passionate speech at the State Department yesterday about the need to perpetuate the long-standing U.S. support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has presented the incoming Trump administration with a stark challenge. Kerry deftly defended the U.S. decision not to […]Read more ›
Will the outrages involved in the heavily-tainted November 2016 U.S. presidential election never cease? Just the latest, coming one day before the official tally of the final vote gave loser Hillary Clinton almost three million more votes than winner Donald Trump, involved something of the extent of the atrocity that […]Read more ›
Russia’s blatant meddling in November’s U.S. presidential election, as confirmed by a plethora of U.S. intelligence agencies, is at last being treated with the seriousness that it deserves. It is being called “an act of war” by U.S. lawmakers of both parties. This represents a bigger crisis for the U.S. […]Read more ›
For the last three years, Randell Mills, the CEO of Brilliant Light Power, has been conducting semi-public presentations to invited audiences about the progress he and his colleagues have been making in developing an entirely new source of energy that one day might replace all existing sources of energy including […]Read more ›
Organize, not from grief or fear but from vision, passion and hope. Millions of progressive Americans have been reeling since the outrageous outcome of the U.S. presidential election was announced last month. There has been an abundance of anger, angst, fear and, unfortunately, recriminations. But by this week, the mood […]Read more ›
Since the election, I have heard from many constituents who are concerned about the Trump presidency or uncertain about his policies and plans. I share many of these concerns and questions. As ever, I will listen to my colleagues from across the aisle, and will consider reasonable policy proposals, even […]Read more ›