The victims, Gayle Dubowski, 20, Catalina Garcia, 20, Julianna Gehant, 32, Ryanne Mace, 19, and Daniel Parmenter, 20, were accomplished students full of life, hopes and dreams that were cut down before they ever hit their stride.
"To serve God's law, one must break man's law." There's nothing new about this principle. Men throughout the ages have fought, killed and died for it.
While the mainstream media wallows in the unpleasant effect John McCain’s apparent nomination is having on the GOP, are liberals also intentionally ignoring the undeniable void of influence the two Democratic candidates pose in the Middle East?
If even Paul Krugman is willing to publicly admit that Barack Obama is a human featherball, then who am I, a mere conservative blogger, to disagree?
Political commentators from various points on the right-wing spectrum are still arguing about the McCain presidential candidacy, lecturing and scolding each other.
A friend dropped by for a cup of coffee the other day after a visit to her mother at Leisure World of Maryland, where the wealthy live in leisurely retirement.
Condoleezza Rice and Robert Gates penned an op-ed this week to say it's time to negotiate "a basic framework for normalized relations with the Iraqi government."
There is a Perfect Storm of epochal proportions on the horizon for the Democrat Party, and there will be no escaping its impact. The forces set in motion by seven years of Bush Derangement Syndrome and this primary season will be impossible to mitigate or deflect.
There is definitely an enthusiasm gap in the 2008 presidential election. Obama has moved supporters to tears. John McCain has too, but for different reasons. Hillary moved herself to tears – just when it was needed most.
Watching Congressman Henry Waxman interrogate baseball’s Roger Clemens this week was maddening.
Obama seems to be able to stir up the passions and emotions of people while not revealing his policies. His voting record is one of the most liberal in the entire Senate and that is what makes him dangerous. But his charisma and ability to persuade people to vote for him don’t seem to be affected by his ideas. Conservatives, liberals and moderates are all equally entranced.
It's too early for conservatives to kiss and make up with John McCain, Valentine's Day or not. We're not ready to give him our unconditional hearts (or minds).
What possible use do we have for a blowhard Congress that ducks every critical issue that impacts all our economic and personal well-being in favor of putting on silly shows designed to create television ratings for its own members?
In the week since Sen. John McCain’s high-profile speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, movement activists and icons have debated the merits of the man who has charted the most unusual path to the GOP nomination in recent history.
Speak with the governments of Colombia and Mexico. They will tell you that Mr. Chavez is not only funding various guerrilla movements in the region; he is also extending his power throughout Latin America, either directly with arms and military assistance or by bribing weak or needy leaders with oil or cash.
As Congress debates giving immunity to phone companies that assisted the government in tracking terrorist communications, trial lawyers prosecuting those phone companies have poured money into the coffers of Democrats.
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee John McCain expressed optimism regarding his ability to unite the Republican Party, progress in Iraq and the prosecution of terrorists in Guantanamo Bay in a conference call Wednesday morning.
There is finally some potential good news on the immigration front.
With the accelerated metabolism of the frenzied fight for Super Tuesday now behind us, the two parties are settling in for the more discreet political pleasures of late winter and early spring.
There's plenty to question about John McCain, but there's one thing conservatives can't question: McCain is better than Hillary Clinton. He's better than Barack Obama. And it's not close.
With the two Democratic candidates nearly tied in the number of delegates they’ve amassed, and the prospect of months more of ferocious competition, party leaders yearn for them to settle the struggle by joining together in a “dream ticket” of Clinton-Obama or even Obama-Clinton.
It's that time of year when romance is in the air. But this Valentine's Day, along with taking your significant other to dinner, I have another suggestion: How about also inviting your partner to an open, honest discussion about money?
I'm writing to you soon after Mitt Romney suspended his campaign and Sen. John McCain addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference, not to calm you down, but to put McCain's campaign and career in historical perspective.
In the Christian tradition, the Lenten period is a time of fasting and prayer, preparation and reflection in anticipation of Easter, which commemorates the death and resurrection of Jesus.
CEOs frequently base business strategies on faulty assumptions and unrealistic expectations. This is especially true when business plans involve government regulation.
Several months ago when the news broke about poisonous pet food and lead-laden toys from China, I asked my local pharmacy to give me a letter stating it is not selling me any prescription drugs imported from China.
They're the best of stereotypes; they're the worst of stereotypes. The three candidates still standing tall.
Last week I participated in a press conference on Capitol Hill with Congressman Mike Pence, Chuck Colson Of Prison Fellowship, best-selling author and pastor Rick Warren, and a host of others who are concerned about the future of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).