Bernice was smiling because she was free. Her horizon, which was her hope, was not her bed, or the ward, or the hospital—not even this world. Bernice’s eyes were fixed on the hope of heaven.
Respondents who named health care as their priority for state elections frequently specified the issue: how universal health care would benefit everyone.
This year, an ancient symbol saw its significance magnified all the more on a tragic Ash Wednesday.
The foundational flaw with the proposed reform is the stripping away of choice, and the dignity that comes with it, from low-income Americans.
The president’s apparent lack of knowledge about the U.S. immigration system and the complexities of Africa is especially concerning to anti-poverty volunteers.