Did you catch the video this week of a student kicking the stuffing out of an art teacher in Baltimore, Maryland while the rest of the class cheered the pounding on?
I believe it is time for taxpayers to start asking some tough questions.
Sometimes Congressional Republicans amaze me with their short-sightedness. In the mid-term elections in 2006 the Republican Party lost control of both Houses of Congress.
Recently, our twelve-year-old daughter came home from junior high with a strange story. At least it was strange to us until we began extensive research on this most bizarre topic. Her story was about a girl at school who had a problem. This girl was cutting herself, inflicting herself with repeated bloody cuts on her arms and legs. Our daughter then said something that shocked us. She said, “Lots of kids do it.”
For John McCain, the good news is that the Democrats are beating themselves up. The bad news: Certain movement conservatives and business types are dissing him — not embracing his candidacy as they should.
This past Monday, California Senator Barbara Boxer chaired a hearing on why the United States Department of the Interior had failed to make the decision on whether to list the polar bear as an endagnered species.
It's a lot later than we think. We're raising an illiterate and uneducated generation, and there's more to come.
Let's revisit the story about Obama's Grandmother being guilty of thinking like a "typical white person."
Both groups are on the Hill this week, meeting senators and representatives about the surge. Which one will get better reception from the media and Democrats?
Despite the recent spate of major bestsellers touting the virtues of atheism, polls show consistent, stubborn reluctance on the part of the public to cast their votes for a presidential candidate who denies the existence of God.
Like other great American leaders before him, Charlton Heston now belongs to the ages.
Hillary Clinton's campaign, which is a guttering candle, has suffered a perhaps extinguishing gust of ill wind. Her principal strategist has been forced to resign from that role.
Can you remember how you felt the first time you had your own money to spend? I recall feeling pretty proud and quite independent. As a mother, that's the way I want my own children to feel.
With fresh polls showing Hillary Clinton’s huge lead over Barack Obama shrinking in the Pennsylvania primary, it was time to pick the politically savvy brain of Pittsburgh native Howard Fineman.
This week, General David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker will return to Capitol Hill to provide their latest update on the progress made by our troops and their Iraqi counterparts in the year since the troop surge began.
If you ever get the blues, just remember – it could always get worse.
Parents, teachers, preachers and politicians have always understood the wisdom Alexander Pope boiled down to aphorism in the 18th century.
In the summer of 1968, 31-year-old U.S. Navy Lt. Commander John S. McCain III – a prisoner of war in a North Vietnamese POW camp – was offered by his captors a chance to go home.
Although the CRA is well known in the financial industry, political pundits and reporters often know very little about finance and so have missed this extremely important aspect of the story.
Pope Benedict XVI will lead an ecumenical prayer service April 18, at St. Joseph's Church in the Yorkville area of Manhattan.
The economy is struggling. Some people cannot pay their bills. Others can pay their bills, but are concerned about prospects.
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