from – The Washington Examiner – Paul Bedard
President Obama’s approval numbers are in the cellar, a new Quinnipiac University survey just dubbed him the worst president in six decades, so maybe it’s no surprise that analyst and...
When I entered the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings in 1961, we did not have a weight room. That might not surprise you. But how about this: we still didn’t have a weight room when I retired in 1978! No weight room, no personal trainers. Our players didn’t...
‘The law is taking its toll on the economy at a time when the country is in its fifth year of a nauseatingly slow economic recovery’
By – John Grimaldi
WASHINGTON, DC, July 3 – The media focus on the Iraqi crisis has created a ‘fog of war’...
BILL O’REILLY: How do you secure the border, Charles?CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Alright, here’s what I’ve been on for years. You start with a fence. It’s very simple. People say, ‘Oh, fences don’t work. You make a...
By Robert B. Charles
The ultimate question about Iraq is not what we have done or not done, who is to blame for where we are, where the Iraqis are, or how we got to this miserable place, but what is morally right – at this time. Our losses are enormous,...
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IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.
from Insider Online -
• Lois Lerner had a trigger finger for investigating—even activities that weren’t violations of the tax code. In one of the emails that the IRS did turn over to Congress, the head of the unit that investigated conservative...
By – Michael R. Fuljenz
Americans are generous people. The World Giving Index, the biggest annual survey of giving, is released at the end of each year. Last December, after a survey of 135 countries by Gallup pollsters, the United States of America...
Practical advice from a man who speaks from experience
from – Next Avenue.org – by Ed Merck
I sold my successful software business in 2007 and almost immediately began feeling a lack of purpose and direction.
Never one to sit out the...
As youngest boomers turn 50, a new study uncovers how people stay resilient through midlife transitions -
(BUSINESS WIRE)– The most resilient adults in their 40s, 50s and 60s are more likely to cope with stress by being physically active and having...