"In the Congress, each party has their own 'whip,' and the whip is the guy that makes sure that everybody votes along party lines because otherwise our Congress would encourage dangerous independent thought," Jon says. "We don't want that in our government. We want everyone to do exactly what the other person is doing."
"Think of the
majority whip as Congress' 'mean girl' basically saying to the other people in
their party, 'Today we're wearing pink,'" Jon says.
All of us experience things that completely hit the reset button on our lives. For Nate Berkus, it was surviving the 2004 tsunami that took the life of his partner, photographer Fernando Bengoechea. Here, the designer shares some of the lessons he learned about hanging on and moving forward.