Search Results for Rob Schwarzwalder
'Formers' on the Streets of Washington
September 29, 2014: A few months ago, he was one of the most powerful people in Washington, indeed the country. Head of a massive Cabinet department with a budget of nearly $80 billion, when the Secretary left his downtown government office Secret Service agents scurried, memo-laden aides scrambled around wondering who would ride in the lead car and who would be forced to go in the longer caravan. Officials from governors to small town mayors would wonder who would get grants and what projects they could tout as promises of benefits fell from the Secretary's lips.
Why the Age of Spiritual Ambivalence is also the Age of Opportunity
September 24, 2014: The respected Pew Research organization recently published studies of how Americans feel about religion in our country. It's clear from the Pew surveys that millions of our fellow citizens are both ambivalent and deeply concerned about the status and role of faith in their personal lives and in the public life of the nation.
Doing Things In the Name of 'Justice' May Not Produce 'Righteousness'
September 09, 2014: Few virtues have obtained the cultural cache that justice now possesses (just ask anyone in the pro-chastity movement). Compelling books, valuable Christian ministries, and innumerable blogs proliferate in its name.
On Roasting Marshmallows, the Deficit and Your Family
September 08, 2014: Uncle Sam claims to knows best - even how best to cook.
Boys Growing Up Without Dads Remain Boys for Too Long
August 11, 2014: "Girls Grow Up Faster than Boys Do". So asserted the Brooklyn-based R&B group The Cookies in 1962. And it looks like they were right.