Political conversations: start with the living room and one day it can perhaps move to the dinner table?
by Veronica Chin, reprinted from the Huffington Post. I always considered myself a pacifist, or at least not an agitator. But thanks to a Living Room Conversation I participated in a
by Jacob Z. Hess, Partner, Living Room Conversations. Reprinted from the Huffington Post Credit: Bonch Gurevich It used to be that friends and acquaintances were mystified at my interest in liberal-conservative dialogue
by Jacob Z. Hess, Partner, Living Room Conversations. Reprinted from The Huffington Post It’s been a rough month in America. From Orlando to Dallas, from Louisiana to Minnesota, the bloodshed has been
The outgoing AG makes a huge play to reform our scandalous asset forfeiture laws. But even so, it’s just a start. Congress needs to act. by Joan Blades and Matt
Living Room Conversations, This is the one thing the right and left are working together on in congress
It’s time to get right on crime. By Joan Blades and Grover Norquist. Reprinted from Time. There is gridlock in Congress. A Republican House can veto any progressive idea advanced by