Remember al-Qaqaa? This was the massive cache of explosives that American forces failed to secure after the fall of Saddam.
In a sign that new Secretary of State Condi Rice is not yet ready to close the open-door visa policy for Saudis, consular chief Maura Harty was recently asked to say on indefinitely.
It's been a tough year for Democrats. They lost the presidential election, their favorite news outlets have been abjectly humiliated, they had to sit through a smashingly successful election in Iraq, and most painfully, they had to endure unwarranted attacks on a cartoon sponge. So I understand liberals are upset.
Television's reality show, the cash cow that the networks are exploiting to exhaustion, is not new. Millions of us, particularly in the blue states, watched the granddaddy of them all this week to see Hollywood's most glamorous stars get kicked off the island.
While most American women obsess about the laments of frazzled mothers, a handful of their daughters at Wake Forest University are turning their attention to the study of that mysterious and often-demonized species - fathers.
While the media have been focusing on the flap at Harvard growing out of its president's statement about the reasons for the under-representation of women in the sciences, a much worse and more revealing scandal has unfolded at the University of Seattle.
Do you hate evil? Much of humanity doesn't. But if you embrace Judeo-Christian values, you must.
If you watch this powerful film ? and you should ? what you won?t see is the even more incredibly true story of the man with direct culpability for the deaths of 800,000 Tutsis: now-UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.
Last semester, the faculty senate at the University of Alabama (UA) passed an Orwellian speech code designed to restrict 'any behavior that demeans or reduces an individual based on group affiliation or personal traits, or which promotes hate or discrimination.'
In gonzo we trust. This explains not only the lavishness of praise being heaped upon Hunter S. Thompson, but also the extraordinary lengths to which his appreciators -- and they are legion -- have gone to palliate his lifelong depravities.
Laws granting deployed service personnel protection from legal actions at home date back decades, but they are ignored in family court.