A second Federal District Court judge has declared the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.
The Pittsburg Steelers and the Green Bay Packers are the 2nd and 5th most popular teams in the NFL. The Dallas Cowboys are number one and the St. Louis Rams bring up the rear at 32.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak responded to mass unrest by cutting off his people from the outside world. Do we really want an American President to have the same power?
How rich is the United States? Our poor are richer than the richest in India.
Al Jazeera English is kicking the butts of the American news networks on the Egypt story. Why?
The coverage of Egypt shows an over-reliance on pundits and an under-reliance on actual experts.
The United States is facing a serious public relations problem among the Egyptian people.
Drivers are suddenly finding that they can’t renew their drivers license because other states have imposed a hold, sometimes for outstanding tickets dating to the Reagan administration.
One Republican Congressman is calling on President Obama to stand firmly behind our “friend” in Cairo, even though there’s little evidence we can trust him.
Mohammed el-Baradai had harsh words for Hosni Mubarak and the United States when he spoke today from house arrest.
The US has limited influence over events in Egypt–something that recent history should underscore (although not everyone appears to understand this fact).
The events in Egypt have led some to ask if the mere act of cutting off access to the Internet is, in itself, an human rights violation.
The Obama administration’s slow and cautious response to Egypt’s protest was frustrating. And correct.