Cleveland, OH - In the 1950's, John F. Kennedy won the Pulitzer Prize for his book profiles in courage. The book told the stories of eight U.S. Senators who crossed party lines and even defied the wishes of their constituencies in order to do the right thing. Well, we could use some of that courage today.
There are two compelling issues under broad debate in Washington these days - the Iraq war, of course, and the Immigration bill. And no matter where you stand on either issue, it's hard not to be disgusted by the self-interested politics being played by our so-called national leaders.