Reid and Pelosi prepare new strategy to force end of war in Iraq. Just have a vote to cut off funds and stop these political shenanigans.
Democrat candidates favor institutionalizing race biases, attack Supreme Court verdict.
Liberals are upset with Chief Justice Roberts because he's following the Constitution - something we haven't seen from the Supreme Court in decades.
IAEA satisfied with North Korea agreement to shut down nuclear plant. Let's see if it really happens. What about North Korea's other nuclear plants?
FDA holds Chinese seafood for safety reasons.
Iranian unrest over gas rationing grows.
Chavez considers going nuclear. Like Iran, he has plenty of oil. He only wants to cause problems.
Teen sex case shows that sometimes (often?) the law is stupid. It's unfortunate that courts have so cowed juries over the decades, because it used to be that common sense juries overrode dumb laws. Not anymore.
Ban alert: New York City considers requiring permit for pictures and film. I can see police confiscating tourist cameras all over the city. Nice.
Pakistani cyclone victims riot over slow aid. Why do people think they're entitled to aid? Aid is a an of charity, not an entitlement. This is the wave of the future.
Mike Gravel promises to end the war on drugs. At least some candidate, even if not mainstream, is saying it.
Poll confirms what I've been saying all along - over half of Americans won't vote for Hillary. She's unelectable. The biggest fear from her candidacy is that Republicans will win a mandate and continue Bush's destruction of the country.
The House passed an amendment to block any FCC funds for the Fairness Doctrine.
Is Bush coddling terrorists, out of touch, or pandering? All are bad.
Charles Krauthammer exposes the hidden costs of government mandates.
Mexico wishes Bush's immigration boondoggle would have passed. Fortunately the American people had American interests' at heart. Bush had Mexico's, and he lost.
More than a tenth of Mexico's 103 million people now live in the United States, many of them illegally. As the United States has beefed up border security, people from Mexico and Central America have opted for new — and often perilous — ways of making it across.