I was skinny. I wore thick glasses. I had acne.
The one thing that I don't think the Obama administration gets anywhere near enough credit for is the high level of administrators. They meet all the time so they can synergize the federal investments. That's the way any corporation would do it.
On Mother's Day, we take a moment to stop and honor our mothers for all they do. It has been my privilege to know mothers who have turned incredible loss and pain into tremendous advocacy and greater social change.
The Affordable Care Act was passed in large part because of recognition that our nation's health care system is not working. The act is not perfect, but it is a starting point, and we have been using it to improve the health of Coloradans.
No matter how the Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, states are making progress in developing strategies to provide more access to quality health care coverage.
Since Day 1 of his candidacy, Donald Trump has divided our country and threatened our democracy, attacked the middle class and alienated our allies. Under his administration, real people are being hurt.
America is always attracting people, from all over the earth.
Advances in automation, artificial intelligence and robotics, while increasing productivity, will also cause major upheavals to the workforce.
I loved baseball. I was a pitcher. I loved being on the mound because I also loved being at the center of the action, the cat and mouse battle with the batter on every pitch. You had to develop grit.
Education is the social bedrock for the hopes and dreams of our children and the foundation that is necessary for their future prosperity.
My father had a handgun on the bedside table, and we were all taught to handle firearms.
Bernie Sanders deserves a lot of credit because he has raised issues.
We need a comprehensive focus on infrastructure that supports not just transportation but also broadband, education, healthcare, and our environment.
Governor Kasich and I won't agree on everything, but agree we've got to control the rise in health care costs on all levels.
To a certain extent, people's behavior in a campaign is generally a reflection of how they would act in office.
Secure the border; have an ID system that works. Have a guest worker system. And then, finally, hold businesses accountable. Once you do that, most of the chambers of commerce and those who are clamoring around immigration will take a deep breath and relax.
If we want to close the achievement gap, build a well-educated workforce and responsible citizenry, we must start with our youngest children.
You never see Coke and Pepsi doing attacks to each other. It would depress the product category of soft drinks.
I grew up a skinny kid with a funny last name and coke bottle glasses, so I experienced my fair share of bullies. But I learned, with the help of humor and resilience, to never give up.
For me, the risks in terms of opening that brewpub were fairly high. I put my house up as collateral, I invested the liquid money I had and two years of my time to get it over, but that's really not much of a risk for what the potential reward was if it worked.