Commitment – Sometimes You Have to Do What You Don’t Want to Do

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Just because the Republican majority Senate doesn’t want to discuss a Supreme Court Candidate from a Democrat President in the last year of his team doesn’t mean they should or can shirk their commitment to the constitution that charges them to approve or disapprove the candidate. Commitment means doing your job even if you don’t want to.

Stepping Up To Be Accountable

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Accountability shows up in many places and in many ways. Accountability is easy to recognize when someone does what they tell you they are going to do. The lack of accountability is also easy to distinguish when someone fails to deliver on their promise. But, what does accountability have to do with a 10 year old girl helping rescue workers communicate with a deaf woman trapped in a car? Everything!