Just when you think you've got the presidential race figured out, something comes along to upend your carefully wrought conclusions.
Gas prices may have retreated from their recent peak, but they are still outrageously high. More worrisome, current gas affordability levels (perhaps un-affordability level is more apt) may be just the beginning.
When is the McCain campaign going to get serious? It seems to be marking time with softball ads, more appropriate to the soundbites campaign media spokespeople exchange with one another than to strategic paid media hits.
In an election cycle where Republicans are reviled and the GOP candidate, John McCain, seems to inspire less excitement than a Droopy marathon.
Strange, the apparent lack of public alarm in Britain over an extensive new poll showing that significant minorities of Muslim students at some of Britain's better colleges and universities embrace the most threatening aspects of Islam.
During these tough economic times, the roughly 50% of all Americans who have their retirement and other investments tied up in the stock markets have a lot to worry about.
Well, the secret is out. Conservatives' willingness to destroy Mother Earth in pursuit of financial gain now makes sense.
I have been feeling rather blue. Those who know me know that I never give up without a fight. My problem is with the so-called "Fairness Doctrine," which represents the opposite of fairness.
Oil and unemployed testosterone don't mix, they collide -- with war the likely result.
Every few years since the mid-1970s, it seems, the United States undergoes an “energy crisis.” With crude oil up nearly 100 percent over the past year, and gasoline and diesel prices hitting new highs every week, the usual finger pointing is underway.
A new study analyzes the fifty states' economic competitiveness against free-market principles and sixteen factors they identify as affecting a state's competitiveness .
It was an unusually warm January day in Washington as President-elect Barack Hussein Obama took the oath of office administered by longtime Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
Every summer, I suspect that those who work at garden supply stores are inundated by people looking for advice on how to fight back against invasive vines and weeds that creep into their yards.
So now that you know that the rest of the world loves Obama, how about you?
Notwithstanding the adverse ruling the District of Columbia received from the U. S. Supreme Court for its unconstitutional ordinance restricting the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms, bureaucrats in the Federal City continue their efforts to gnaw away at the Second Amendment.
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