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President Obama said something very interesting when he spoke before Congress Wednesday night. The president echoed something this columnist, and many others outside of the beltway have said many times over the last few months. He said we agree on about 80 percent of what appears in the healthcare bill.
Since the passage of the Bill of Rights, the United States Constitution has been amended just 17 times.
“Mad Man.” Written in big white letters on the cover of the Sept. 28 edition of TIME Magazine. “The Agitator” is written in those same white letters inside.
F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, “There are no second acts in American lives.” But from the ashes of Manhattan and the wreckage of New Orleans, the USS New York sets sail.
Fewer questions will yield more impassioned answers than this one: How do you feel about abortion? When asked, a little more than half the population will support a woman’s right to choose and a little under half will be against abortion in all, or almost all, circumstances.
On the first day of December, our Commander-in-Chief stood before an audience of cadets at West Point and outlined his plan to end the war in Afghanistan successfully.
Being a student of history, I find reflecting to be an extremely useful part of the learning process.
Electoral success doesn’t always translate to executive greatness and our president is learning that first hand.
She’s charismatic. She’s attractive. She plays by her own set of rules and has a massive following. Will she cash that in on a serious run for the White House? Of course not.
It’s Ted Kennedy’s seat no longer. Scott Brown walked into the Lion’s Den and defeated Martha Coakley, spoiling the Democrats’ chance at a filibuster-proof Senate on Tuesday. The Democratic Party would like you to believe that this was an isolated event, but it wasn’t. This election was a referendum on the president and the party he leads.
Two years ago, during the Democratic primary, then-candidate Barack Obama borrowed some words from his friend, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, in defense of his theatrical tendencies.
Some experts believe a civilian trial for 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed in New York City would end up costing close to $1 billion.
Eight minutes and 23 seconds was all it took for Senator Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) to call it a career. Bayh announced last week that for the first time in 25 years, his employer will not be the people of Indiana, come January.
It’s easy to be cynical these days. Corruption and scandal; gridlock and bickering. No one would blame you for losing faith in our leaders.
The rules of the United States Senate have received quite a bit of press coverage over the last year as our current political climate has set the stage for a wonderful set of lessons in American government.
Fox News takes a lot of heat. Its “Fair and Balanced” tag is often ridiculed by people of substance and people who lack it on other networks like MSNBC.
The passage of health care reform last week did not end the debate on the subject, it merely changed it.
When the final seconds tick off the clock May 24, our nation will bid adieu to its greatest hero. Jack Bauer will end his final day and a chapter in the American story will close.
A lot of speculation has been made about the president’s recent announcement regarding the American nuclear strategy
Long before I could tune into every Major League game on my Blackberry for $14.99 a year, I had a boxy gray radio that looked like a small suitcase with two round dials. It was perched next to my bed on most of the summer nights of my youth and was tuned to the smooth voice of Ernie Harwell.