Over the last several years, surprising discoveries have been made that challenge our notions of what defines a “person.”
“Why does #POTUS think this is good for America?!!”
But it’s getting better. Only 10% of applications are now riddled with errors.
DNC chairwoman: “Learning how to be touchy-feely is not going to be the key to their success.”
Decrease from 7.3 percent to 7.0 percent reflects furloughed shutdown workers who returned to job.
How can the Department of Homeland Security fairly enforce immigration laws?
Eighty-five year old veteran Merril Newman on his way home.
Alter wants blood to run in America’s streets, to honor Nelson Mandela.
Islamic clerics have issued any number of fatwas, or Islamic rulings, permitting sexually-frustrated, female-deprived rebels to rape women.
Who has the best burger?
Growing up, the congressman said, “If you wanted to insult a black kid, a colored kid, a Negro kid, you called him African.”
“As long as any president stays close to the people, I think they’re going to do all right.”
Meanwhile, Iran is an afterthought to Middle East two-state agreement.
Levin calls out strategy: “Instead, we should tell President Karzai that if he chooses not to sign the BSA, we will await the next president of Afghanistan.”
It makes a difference whether you ask a young person about “Obamacare” or the “Affordable Care Act.”
Mandela could have gone after his enemies. He didn’t. His choices preserved South Africa.
Attack on beloved Texan educator came just after Adam Gadahn called for attacks on U.S. targets.