Always read to the end of the report; that’s where the good stuff is. Case in point an obscure little stat was released on Friday with the not-quite-tantalizing title “Agricultural Prices”.
Biblical Christianity, lived and worked out in real time, has always been a life-stoking blessing in whatever land it took root.
I'm not a global warming believer. I'm not a global warming denier. I'm a global warming agnostic.
There's roughly twice as many polar bears in the world today as thirty years ago. But on May 14th U.S. Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne, invoking the U.S. Endangered Species Act, proclaimed polar bears as a “threatened species.”
The term "evangelical" has been bandied about for years by politicians, the media and the general public. But what does it mean to be an "evangelical"?
John McCain is having a very tough time uniting conservatives and the political winds seem to be at the Democrats' backs; so many people seem to think that Barack Obama will win in a walk in November.
Not since America's most revered feckless crapweasel, former Vermont Sen. James Jeffords, switched parties have Beltway Republicans been more eager to sew a half-starved ferret into someone's body cavity.
Americans have been treated to a lot of whining by our elected officials about the high cost of oil and gas these days, but as usual the fingers are being pointed by rather than at the guilty parties.
Barack Obama’s long absence from Iraq after his one and only visit to the country –a two day visit in January, 2006—is shocking.
Nevada’s education system must address two urgent problems: an ever-growing quantity of students and the low average quality of schools.
“I don’t see people or the world in terms of good, bad, those polar opposites,” explained British actress Thandie Newton. “I keep trying to restore the correct view of things after my kids watch Disney movies: ‘Is he a baddie? Darling, there is literally no such thing.’” Newton is portraying Condoleezza Rice, in Oliver Stone’s film “W,” about the Bush administration.
As Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama struggle toward resolution of their tedious nominating contest, they are outdoing themselves in rhetorical stupidities.
When presidential candidate Barack Obama spoke last month with Advocate.com, he took a different approach to same-sex marriage than he took in 2004.
If you’ve ever wondered why liberals fight tooth and nail whenever it comes to confirming judges, just look to California.
The California Supreme Court has now legalized same-sex marriage, overturning the will of the people.
I've been a fan of Dunkin' Donuts for years. Their Munchkins are heaven. Their coffee is better and cheaper than Starbucks.
Setting foot into the southern Israeli coastal city mall hit four days earlier by a Palestinian rocket, the natural expectation was to see ravaged shops and smashed kiosks. There were none.
The Reason Foundation estimates that States of the Union are facing a $9 billion a year shortfall to deal with infrastructure, mainly roads.
Sunday was the first day of FEMA’s Hurricane Awareness Week—and also the 1,000-day anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall.
When it comes to “supporting the troops,” some Americans have chosen some curious means of expression.
There's something new in the land of jade: Spontaneous mass charitable aid. A new epoch in Chinese culture now begins.
Rochester was once a place of hope for DP’s who had spent years in unsanitary barracks of Austrian camps, working as day laborers on farms.
Republican presidential nominee John McCain did the “the Hollywood thing” again.