While weighing the pros and cons of intervention in war-torn Syria
In fact, support for U.S. interventionism abroad into conflict hot-spots such as Kosovo, the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq all garnered more support from Americans than the proposed military strikes against Syria currently being debated in Washington and across the country.
Echoing syndicated columnist Charles Krauthhammer’s sentiments on ‘Special Report’ a few weeks ago that Jim Crow is dead, I believe this (if it isn’t already) should be one of the civil rights issues of our time.
Is there anything more predictable than...
That’s the rumor on Capitol Hill these days.
Of course, I can understand why Detroit Mayor Dave Bing was outraged by these insensitive and gratuitous remarks – especially in light of the Boston city bombings last April that killed three and left hundreds injured.
The anti-war left is conspicuously silent now that a Democrat named Barack Obama is beating the war drum for military intervention in Syria.
Cleveland kidnapper and serial rapist Ariel Castro was found dead in his prison cell Tuesday night, according to Vanity Fair.
Ironically, Senator John McCain -- one of the country’s most hawkish Congressional lawmakers -- said Tuesday that he wouldn’t support the president’s Syrian resolution if it’s “doomed to failure in the long run.”
Roughly ninety percent of school voucher recipients in the state of Louisiana are African-American, according to the Washington Post.
There’s no doubt that this is the kind of news the president has been waiting for.
The unlikely friendship between North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and NBA all-star Dennis Rodman is apparently better than ever.
Another issue no one seems to be talking about...
Or so said an economist from Northeastern University.
This was a long time coming, no?
Speaking from the 7th floor of the State Department, Secretary John Kerry addressed the nation about the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Thankfully, institutionalized racism and legal discrimination have been relegated to the ash heap of history.
Common sense: out. Sex education classes for five-year-olds: in.
As the late, great Christopher Hitchens used to say: North Korea is a “necrocracy.”