Just after we returned from break, we were able to take advantage of an opportunity to move back to our Sandy-damaged home. That necessitated suspending posts. Look for our return on Monday, the 20th. Thanks for your patience. Executive Director Mike
Today’s hearing on the Benghazi disaster offered little information to confirm who pushed the key buttons but it did establish that the probe is far from over. The dramatic testimony of
It’s not hard when you think for a bit. Substitute a politician for the parent described below. And look for elected officials’ focus on winning at all costs, including insulting the opposition. Sad that they don’t realize that
We’re back and our alleged brain should be refreshed. You be the judge.
Well, it won’t be as exciting as the real spring break is for younger folks, but it will give us a respite to reinvigorate and focus. Check back with us next Wednesday.
It’s been almost three weeks since a Minneapolis radio host made despicable comments about the Newtown, Connecticut families who lost loved ones in the senseless assault there five months ago. Twenty young children and six adults died in the massacre at their school. The remarks you will read
Host Chris Matthews, speaking about Benghazi, said the continued discussion about it is like a “right-wing trope.” Saying we’re dwelling too much on how we reacted to the Benghazi violence
We believe this is an easy one. There should be an independent investigation of events leading up to the Boston tragedy. The White House is wrong, we think, to suggest that the inquiry being undertaken by James Clapper,
It’s usually interesting to see how foreign newspapers see our country. In this case, they don’t see it perfectly. This article published tonight, U.S. time, originated on the website of The Frontier Post, a daily English newspaper from Peshawar.
Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, Rush Limbaugh, Lawrence O’Donnell. They’re examples of unreliable and/or disrespectful partisans. In a free, first amendment country, is it realistic to think that controversial
Pres. Obama’s pledge to respond forcefully if Syria used chemical weapons is being put to the test and so far, it appears Mr. Obama is backpedaling. That may be both good and bad. The president said previously about the Syrian regime using chemical weapons, “That’s a
It’s simply not respectful of the truth and also is hypocritical, we believe. Slamming or supporting the administration when on a friendly network, or on a Sunday talk show but tempering the remarks when on a different one. Dialogue on the Sunday programs is generally more polite. There were more