Senator Edward M. Kennedy questioned John G. Roberts, Jr., Chief Justice Nominee, on the constitutionality of the Voting Rights Act — Sept. 13, 2005

"One question we must consider today is how we can take action to unify our Nation, heal racial division, end poverty, and give real-life meaning to the constitutional mandate that there be equal protection under law. I believe that the Constitution is not hostile to the idea that national problems can be solved at the national level through the cooperative efforts of the three coequal branches of government, the Congress, the Executive, and the Courts, but not every President, not every legislator, and not every judge agrees that the Federal Government has the power to address and to try to remedy the twin national problems of poverty and access to equal opportunity. I am not talking about a handout, but a hand up, to give all our citizens a fair shot at the American dream." -Senator Edward M. Kennedy.

Open Table Tasting Menu Experiences — November 2, 2021

Hi all, I just put in place an “experience” for the tasting menu on our Open Table profile (see the screenshot below), please while monitoring the reservations let me know if you notice any of those. We will use this experience as a trial and see if get any additional interest or if it is… Continue reading Open Table Tasting Menu Experiences — November 2, 2021