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Rep. Peter King of New York says that Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky encourages "paranoia."
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While President Obama told the country to "look forward, not backward" when it came to Bush's torture program, the United Nations has taken a different route.
Politico's media blogger is predicting "the death" of the Sunday morning public affairs shows that once set the agenda in American politics.
As I write this, a song from Harburg and Arlen's score for "The Wizard of Oz" is running through my head.
The corruption scandals, Troopergate, her musings on how to ban library books, the moose slaughter, the drill-baby-drill, the creationist stupidity, the pregnant underage daughter and the acceptance of statutory rape as a marriage-brokering tool, the bridge to nowhere and all the rest of it - including the story on the front page of the New York ... (more)
Representative Peter King of New York says that Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky encourages "paranoia."
Out and about this weekend, I saw no less than three men who appeared to be heterosexual wearing little buns on the tops of their heads.
It's good news for the Constitution and the rule of law that President Obama ordered the release of the Bush Administration memos that justified the use of torture and that he has not ruled out prosecuting officials who devised the policies that allowed torture to happen.
Jonathan Pollard is a divisive figure in U.S.-Israeli relations. The former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst was caught spying for Israel in 1985 and was sentenced in 1987 to life imprisonment.
While the Obama administration has made many changes to what students eat at schools accepting federal subsidies - the most recent change will be felt this year when junk food is banned from vending machines and school stores - it at least makes sure to practice the moderation that it preaches.
President George W. Bush, whose White House was legendary for its secrecy, seems to have turned over a new leaf in his post-presidency.
Mary Cheney, right, alongside her sister, Liz Cheney, at the Republican National Convention in 2004.
Cheney and cardiologist Jonathan Reiner on Monday plan to speak at a luncheon presented by Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation and the Economic Club of Grand Rapids.
Former United States Vice President, Dick Cheney, will be in Grand Rapids on Monday, to discuss his personal battle with heart disease.
A small group of top Washington Republicans is teaming up to launch a new polling firm, Vox Populi Polling, that will churn out volumes of survey data ahead of the 2014 midterm elections.