In a world of sound bites, presidential candidate and Democratic Senator from New York, Hillary Clinton, is playing a very cynical game. Amidst paragraphs of speech talking about withdrawing troops from Iraq, she buries her intention to keep troops in Iraq if elected.
While campaigning in Iowa on Saturday, presidential candidate Barack Obama put forth the suggestion that U.S. troops in Iraq be sent to fight al Qaeda.
John Edwards and Hillary Clinton got caught musing privately on that question by FoxNews after a televised debate on Thursday night. While they went about discussing the issue in the wrong venue, I think they have a point.
When asked about the issues raised in the movie 'Sicko', Republican presidential candidate and former governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee, deflected the issue by suggesting that overweight people like Moore are the reason for rising medical costs.
U.S. Intelligence analysts, in a report titled "Al-Qaida better positioned to strike the West," have stated that al Qaeda has managed to regroup and rebuild back to the point it was at before September 11th.
Forty-one Republicans voted to block cloture on a bill to protect U.S. troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
After the failure of several contractors to deliver badly needed equipment on time, the U.S. Military's procurement practices have been called into question by the Pentagon's Inspector General.
Republican presidential hopeful, Rudy Giuliani has gone on record as opposing the legalization of marijuana for medical use.
Testifying before congress, Richard H Carmona, Surgeon General from 2002 to 2006, said that top Bush Administration officials interfered with his office for political reasons.
Speaking in Cleveland yesterday, president George W Bush, took his audience through his warped logic that links Iraq and the September 11th terrorist attacks in his mind.
If Lockheed Martin gets their way, the U.S. government may shell out as much as $10 Billion dollars to protect the U.S. coastline from Boston to Washington D.C. from cruise missile attacks.
As the White House prepares it's interim report on the progress of the so-called "surge", more and ore officials within the West Wing are talking about trying to announce plans for a redeployment in an effort to shore-up the shattering support the Administration has from the Republican side of Congress.
While working as a lobbyist in 1991, soon-to-be social conservative presidential candidate Fred Thompson lobbied the George H.W. Bush administration about easing the government's gag rule in regards to federally funded clinics.
In over twenty states where party affiliation is recorded as part of voter registration, the IRS is obtaining the data for use in tracking down people who aren't paying their taxes.
A recent poll conducted by the Aspen Institute documents just how far off course American voters believe the country to be including the 2/3 who believe that the war in Iraq is producing, not stopping, terrorists.