Twenty-Five years ago on June 26, 1990 in the previous century another Republican President George H.W. Bush signed landmark ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act, which paved the way by opening doors of opportunities for 40 million disabled Americans access to employment, transportation and other services. It was a glorious sunny day on the White House lawn the 41st President of the United States signed national landmark legislation with those looking over were wheelchair bounded, deaf, blind and other disabled leaders of our Republic.
We, as Americans, pride ourselves to ensure that each of us treated fairly regardless of our circumstances whom are loved by the man upstairs, God.
Our inspired leader Condoleeza Rice, Secretary of State (2005-2009) under President George Bush, once said “You might not be able to control your circumstances but you can control your response to… Read More