Dawud Walid: State of the Union rings hollow without people power

Last night’s State of the Union address resonated with me on many levels. though much of it was not as ambitious as previous addresses. President Barack Obama’s talk of having a commitment to immigration reform and closing the Guantanamo Bay detention facility this year, however, rang hollow. In the beginning of President Obama’s first term, … Continue Reading →

State of the Taxes

Maybe this State of the Union is bigger than we can handle. Most of us here in Michigan were actually watching basketball last night, and sneaking peeks into coverage of the fire-engulfed cabin in California. In fact, most of the people I talked to were more interested in paczki, friends, and family. So as President … Continue Reading →