There When We Need a Voice

I trekked out to Bethesda last night for some dinner at Vapiano’s, an inexpensive but delicious Italian restaurant, and was quickly informed, upon glancing the ominous line of black limos and SUVs, that Vice President Joe Biden was inside. I have to admit, I love me some Biden. His sometimes abrasive, often loud-mouthed ways may […]

Weighing in on DSK

Last Friday morning began as is typical. I strode from my bed to the coffee maker, bleary eyed but ready for the day, and turned on “Morning Joe” for my early dose of politics when I am greeted with terrible news: Dominique Strauss-Kahn (DSK) was set free from his house arrest. The alleged victim’s accountability […]