Before 9/11, President George W. Bush seemed like a mediocre President, concerned with mediocre issues, whose defeat in the next election was already being prophesied by the Democrats ? and the Liberal Media?s Axis of Drivel.
My first experience with post-Soviet Georgia's autonomous republic of Adjara was when Hillary Rodham Clinton's younger brothers, Hugh and Tony Rodham, sought to firmly establish the family in the nut business by importing hazelnuts from its Black Sea capital of Batumi.
By the eighth day Clarke was telling Tim Russert that the difference is that Clinton did ``something'' whereas Bush did ``nothing.'' Nothing except, among other things, authorizing a quadrupling of spending for covert action against al Qaeda.
In a world of inhumanity, war and terrorism, U.S. citizenship is a precious possession. It affords rights that the citizens of other countries can only dream of.
After eight years at Robert F. Kennedy Elementary School, Ethel Bojorquez knows a thing or two about teaching. She radiates calm, no-nonsense authority, and today she is watching a kindred spirit, Carole Valleskey, put Bojorquez's 35 fourth- and fifth-graders briskly through their paces.