FAMILY DEMANDS THE TRUTH — New inquiry may expose events that led to Pat Tillman's death — The battle between a grieving family and the U.S. military justice system is on display in thousands of pages of documents strewn across Mary Tillman's dining room table in suburban San Jose.
A Swamp of Corruption — In Katrina's wake, Louisiana's political culture needs a cleanup too. — Perhaps no footage from Hurricane Katrina was replayed more often than the "Meet the Press" clip of Aaron Broussard, president of Jefferson Parish, La., telling Tim Russert that bureaucrats had …
STREISAND DECLARES 'GLOBAL WARMING EMERGENCY' — THE SUPERSTAR SONGSTRESS SERENADED SAWYER WITH STORM SEASON ASSERTIONS. BUT TO SOME SHE'LL SOUND MORE LIKE A WINDSOCK SINGING LIBERALISM'S GOLDEN OLDIES! — NEW YORK — This summer's back to back superstorms are proof positive we have entered …
GOP in turmoil — WASHINGTON — Rep. Mike Pence, a 46-year-old former radio talk show host from eastern Indiana serving his third term in Congress, is currently chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee (RSC). He has tried hard to cooperate with the regular House Republican leadership rather than confront it.
Scouts targeted in San Diego — Homosexual, atheist activists to march on camp — A coalition of homosexual activists and atheists plan to march on a Boy Scout camp in San Diego next month demanding the organization open its membership and leadership to them.
'No Direction': Scorsese Points The Way to Dylan — "No Direction Home" represents a great musical-cinematic summit, as no less than the great Martin Scorsese directs — with superb control and judgment — what surely qualifies as the definitive documentary about Bob Dylan.
Ex-Communists Ousted in Poland Elections — WARSAW, Poland - Exit polls showed Polish voters ousted the nation's scandal-prone government of ex-communists in parliamentary elections Sunday, giving a broad majority to two center-right parties that have promised tax cuts and clean government.
Over-Ruled — The people and agencies responding to Hurricane Rita's ominous approach to Texas and Louisiana appear to be fast learners. — Preparations for this latest weather onslaught, while hardly perfect, went better than they did a month ago in New Orleans. People evacuated earlier.
'Bigger fraud than AdScam' — Auditor's next report could be a bombshell — Critics of the gun registry are eagerly awaiting Auditor General Sheila Fraser's "Canadian Firearms Program" audit which is scheduled to be released in February — if we're not in the midst of a federal election campaign.
Visualize Industrial Collapse — This afternoon I made an expedition to the main library, and when I got to Charlottesville I discovered to my chagrin that the downtown area was clogged with traffic. A big banner hanging across Market Street informed me that the Charlottesville Vegetarian Festival …
Swimming with Sharks — Everyone who watched this summer's race for College Republican National Committee (CRNC) chair with any detachment has a favorite moment of chutzpah they admire in spite of themselves. Leading the count are the following: speaking sotto voce of your opponent's …
China sets new rules on Internet news — BEIJING (Reuters) - China set new regulations on Internet news content on Sunday, widening a campaign of controls it has imposed on other Web sites, such as discussion groups. — "The state bans the spreading of any news with content …
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