President Barack Obama has agreed reluctantly to fulfill his pledge to provide support for Syrian rebels, in response to proof that Bashar Assad’s government has used chemical weapons. It has been a two-year rebellion, now a two-year civil war.
As speculation over the candidates for the next mayoral election in New York City continues, so do Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ludicrous policies.
To a Democratic socialist, sharing the wealth means pooling tax money together to design social programs that benefit all citizens of that country, city, state, etc.
For my knowledge of the ballet, people can blame Marjorie Merriweather Post. Her Washington Hillwood Estate is celebrating “Living Artfully” until past New Year: January 12, 2014.
As the dusk of the late winter afternoon turned to darkness, my heavy left foot let up only for the sharp curves along the road home.
Believe nothing that you hear, and only half of what you see. Agents claiming to act on behalf of your best interests are positioned to dominate your privacy, with the willing complicity of trusted “corporate partners.”
On Wednesday the U.S. Senate approved the continuing policy: commanding officers will make the final decision whether a sex assaulter shall be court-martialed – or not! This set off a storm among feminists – even a retired admiral and serving Sen. John McClain joined in.
In the near future the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will be in charge of not only collecting personal income taxes, FICA taxes and corporate income taxes; it will also administer the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and it’s over 2000 pages of regulations.
A year or two ago we had what the press gleefully called the “Arab Spring.” This year, closer to home, we have had what I call the “Spring of Scandals.” Or, at least that’s what Republicans are hoping.
It may be too early for some to think a Virginia governor may have to resign before his term is completed. It could happen.
Skeletons, thought to be long hidden and forgotten, resurface to haunt 2013 Frederick City, Maryland’s mayoral candidates.
My latest experience with Microsoft has left me with the technological equivalent of post-traumatic stress disorder. In the last six-months I have migrated light years from the Microsoft Windows XP operating system to Windows 8. It was not easy.
The Democratic Frederick mayoral primary in September is between retiring Delegate Galen Clagett and aldermanic President Karen Young. First, I must my journalist’s hands clean. They were both close friends.
The United States government is out of control. One scandal after another keeps highlighting the disdain our elected officials have for the rule of law. Our liberty is under direct assault by the current administration, and liberals make excuses instead of standing for what is right.