Did the killers go through any background checks when they bought their guns? We haven’t seen anything about that so far but we’re guessing they’ll be information about that quickly after the Pennsylvania suspect is caught.
From everywhere, it seems, many officials and military are expressing their view on the value of the report on torture issued by a Senate committee last week. Opinions differ greatly on how accurate it is. It became obvious very quickly
We thought it couldn’t get much lower. The 6,000-page torture report covering mainly the Iraq and Afghanistan wars during the Bush administration was highly critical of the CIA. But the failure
Risky by the Senate and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) in particular. She (pictured) led the chamber’s investigation and has pushed for the release. But the big concern is for the welfare of Americans.
Why do we ask? Because with the way most politicians in Washington fail to deal with each other in a productive way, paralyzed by partisanship, it just seems like this is not an outrageous question. Maybe they would learn from this example from
Well, not really. Not yet, anyway. But what if they did? If you’ve watched the ABC and CNBC program Shark Tank, do you think this post has it about right? (Photo of the most frequent Sharks, clockwise from top left, Daymond John, Barbara Corcoran, Robert Herjavec, Lori Greiner, Kevin O’Leary and Mark Cuban) Speaker of […]
Oh my goodness. We’ve already noted that many in Congress seem to have not noted that voters, just over two weeks ago, registered their disdain for the extent politics, rather than productivity and basic civility
Discussions of the Keystone oil pipeline, greenhouse gas pollution in China and immigration dominated this morning’s discussion on “Fox News Sunday” between Sen. John Thune (R-SD), pictured on home page, chair of the Senate Republican conference and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), pictured on 2nd page, a member of the Senate environment committtee. Thune favors
We hope you’ll read the following story and let’s just say please note the paragraph beginning, “In that sea of chaos … ” We’re thinking it’s going to take some congressmen to have the courage to step up, as football player Roy Sanders (pictured, home page) did Friday night,
We can’t say we had much hope that it would be different. While some were civil in their remarks, others carried on with the usual disrespect and overstatement. Iowa Senator-elect Joni Ernst (R) said
1) Establish a plan for cooperation. 2) Establish a plan for cooperation. 3) Establish a plan for cooperation. 4) Triage the issues that need attention immediately. Hmm, we seem to think that
Most network anchors don’t do commentary. Bob Schieffer of CBS News is an exception. If others can also keep their views basically non-partisan, their credibility would help get their message out. During today’s “Face the Nation” and on this Sunday show every week,