President Barack Obama's State of the Union address was an advertisement for his ideological fixity, and so he reiterated his unbending determination to close down the prison facility at Guantanamo Bay.
...Sitting with the governor in his high-ceiling office beneath portraits of two Indiana governors who became presidents of the United States - William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison - Pence tells me he is focused on the upcoming legislative...
I was born on Jan. 29, 1932, the day before F.D.R. was inaugurated to his first term as President of the United States of America. To translate for history students today, F. D.R. stands for Franklin Delano Roosevelt. I feel as being equal to every baby born on that day. Because of the Great Depression, nobody had any money, and not many possessions of value.
I would like thank the Kenai Chamber of Commerce for including Libertarian candidate for US Senate, Mark Fish into the recent debate. One of the pinnacles of our representative democracy is the 1st amendment which gives us the right to free speech but moreover, the obligation to promote free speech. Too many times the voices of other politicians who do not represent the Democrat or Republican party are excluded.
"Stop just hatin' all the time." If you haven't been following the news, you might not know whether this bon mot was uttered by a character on the ABC Family show "Pretty Little Liars" or by the president of the United States.
It tells you much about the laughable indictment of Texas Gov. Rick Perry that it has made him a figure of bipartisan sympathy. Perry was indicted last week for the offense of vetoing an appropriations bill.
The latest episode of Bill Maher's HBO show "Real Time" performed what was, in effect, an in-studio social experiment.
You wish you'd never done it. If only you could hit "reset," take it all back, call do-overs, and you wouldn't make the same choices. You'd think things through and pay better attention.
You know things are bad when you can't wait for the return of a TV character to demonstrate what resolve and leadership really look like.
You are about 5 or 6 years old, enthusiastic, inquisitive, and high-powered. You love Dr. Seuss books, making spinouts on your bike, peanut-butter sandwiches, Wild Kratts, and the word "awesome.
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