Congresswoman: Walter Reed scandal is "overblown"
Louisiana no longer drawing "Blanc"s
Now if only we could only convince Gov. Granholm to do the same. Or maybe a good recall would be in order...
House issues subpoenas in Prosecutor controversy
Lately, truth be told, I haven't been a fan of the Democrats. But I have to admit it, this time they're not messing around. I'm surprised that, even when the firings weren't illegal (I guess), the Democrats have stopped at nothing to get their subpoenas out.
Of course, Bush also refuses to budge on the issue; allowing his aides to speak "privately"; but not under oath. Hiding something are we?
Senior Aide pleads the fifth
Am I the only who thinks it's funny that the Bush Adminstration is finally starting to embrace the Bill of Rights?
Racism as a "house rule"
Keep that in mind the next time you declare that racism isn't as bad now as it once was.
CDC admits to arsenic in flouride
This is bad news; especially considering the history of arsenic contaminations of groundwater we've experienced.
Senate passes Deadline bill
Even though a presidential veto is likely to be issued against this bill (a veto which is not likely to get overturned by Congress), I have to say that this is a stunning and, frankly, unexpected blow dealt by the Dems.
What do you know? There's life on this planet after all.
Winter, 2007 hottest on record
Here in Michigan, for example, it’s been much warmer than usual. Though there were some pretty brutal winter days this year, average temperatures have been modest and gentle. Last week, for example, we were experience disturbingly beautiful mid-70 degree temperatures as opposed to the lower 30's that would be expected for this time of year.
Iraq and a hard place