On the 11th we awoke to the sort of sudden 42 degrees that drives one deeper under the covers and inspires a lassitude about even getting out of bed.
Observers dismayed by the bitter partisanship of this presidential campaign should be happy now that George W. Bush and John Kerry finally agree on something: It turns out they both believe in using the government to silence their critics.
If al Qaeda wants to strike on U.S. soil before the elections, it still has available to it a gaping loophole it exploited pre-9/11: Saudis? easy access to U.S. visas.
Grooming a new generation of black Republican leaders is perhaps the greatest task currently facing the Republican Party.