The speech did exactly what it was supposed to do: kick off Obama’s re-election campaign while disguised as a call for unity.
It’s hard to see how Newt Gingirch can remain a viable candidate given his past
Last night, most of the leading Republican candidates for President acted as if Europe was on another planet.
It was clear from the start that “Cash For Clunkers” was a bad idea.
Jerome Harrison learned that he has a brain tumor in time to save his life.
There’s no consensus for European-style social democracy or a Randian libertarian paradise.
Does “Occupy Wall Street” really represent the people they claim to be speaking for?
Giving the President the unchecked power to kill American citizens raises some serious red flags.
On paper, the U.S. lost $1.3 billion on the Chrysler bankruptcy, but the true cost is far higher than that.
A Federal Appeals Court struck down an Amendment to the Michigan Constitution today as unconstitutional.
The first Appeals Court decision on the Affordable Care Act was a victory for the government.
Jack Kevorkian, the man who’s illegal assisted suicide rampage earned him the nickname “Dr. Death,” has died.
Terry Jones may sue the City of Dearborn for its prior restraint actions against him. And he should.
A 15-month-old was accidentally served a mixed drink instead of apple juice.
Warren Christopher, Bill Clinton’s first Secretary of State, has died at 85.
Overnight, we celebrate the biannual ritual of resetting all our clocks so as to save daylight. Oddly, the amount of daylight continues to heed its own rhythms.
Dr. Dre is arguing that police officers have no right to privacy.
Martin Luther King’s historic “I Have a Dream” speech was, like a political stump speech, crafted and polished over months and years of delivery.
Some members of Congress sleep in their offices in lieu of renting residences in DC. Fiscally responsible or kinda odd?
The National Football League’s decision to postpone last night’s Eagles-Vikings game due to weather is receiving a lot of criticism, but they made the right choice.
The repeal of DADT may open the doors for ROTC to return to many elite institutions, if cost doesn’t get in the way.
The new health care law’s individual mandate was the subject of another bruising court battle yesterday, but the real question in the room was what, if any, are the limits on Congressional authority?
A Federal Judge in Virginia has handed the first legal defeat to the President’s health care reform package.
Wayne State has canceled the Helen Thomas Spirit of Diversity in the Media Award, citing its namesake’s controversial remarks.
Another Federal Judge dismisses a Constitutional challenge to the health care reform law, and demonstrates just how unlikely it is that any of the lawsuits against the law will be successful.
President Obama’s response to the outrage that has accompanied new TSA screening procedures at America’s airports is incredibly non-responsive.
A retired special education teacher was left humiliated, crying and covered with his own urine after an enhanced pat-down by TSA officers.
Is the TSA groping passengers to force them into using intrusive scanners for which they’ve committed $173 million?
The new health care law’s individual mandate has survived it’s first legal challenge, and that’s not really a surprise.
The Army and its officer corps are becoming increasingly Southern and rural. Is this a bad thing? If so, what can we do about it?