Based on what we've learned about the Enron scandal so far, the mainstream media and Democrats, both salivating over the possibility of another Republican Watergate, ought to quietly tuck their tails between their legs and forget about it.
Washington political (and now sports) observer Ann Sheridan, president of the Georgetown Ignatian Society, wonders what precedent will follow "our Council of Governments' efforts to change the Redskins name because it offends Native Americans?"
During his first year as president, George W. Bush has brought honor and decency back to the White House by treating his office as public property to be tenderly guarded and respected, not as his personal spoil of political war.
Next month, sandwiched somewhere in between Britney Spears' videos, Trojan condom ads, booze-drenched Mardi Gras parties, soft-porn soap operas, and reruns of vulgar stunt shows, MTV will broadcast a "global town meeting" featuring Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Don't cry for the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles, a federal program conceived by the Clinton administration in 1993 and terminated by Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham after consuming $1.5 billion of your tax dollars, with matching funds from the Big Three.
The establishment and the media elite would rather that the American people not read Patrick Buchanan's new book The Death of the West: How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization. That's the impression I got from the way he was interviewed on NBC's Today Show.
Twenty-nine years ago, seven men in black robes issued a fatwa. They disregarded the will of the various tribes, as expressed in public opinion polls and in a referendum in one of the northern provinces just two months earlier.
A majority of the 70 congressional staffers who were in Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle's and Sen. Russell D. Feingold's Capitol Hill office suites when an anthrax-contaminated letter was opened on Oct. 15 have opted for anthrax vaccines, according to a Senate memo we obtained.
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