America saw Focus on the Family’s Pam and Tim Tebow Super Bowl TV ad that contained a pro-life message, and the world continued to turn as NFL fans watched the New Orleans Saints win their first Super Bowl.
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Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Public-sector unions bleed taxpayers to help Dems, and Geithner says U.S. will ‘never’ lose its top Aaa debt rating.
Rumors have been swirling around for a number of days now about a New York Times story that will break Monday about a possible career-ending issue on New York's Gov. David Paterson (D). Business Insider is reporting the latest.
It appears Joe "the Plumber" Wurzelbacher is not impressed with former vice presidential GOP candidate Sarah Palin. He attacked her Tea Party Convention speech this weekend.
Danny Tarkanian, a Republican candidate vying for Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's Nevada seat, is reminding voters in an online ad that Ronald Reagan's last campaign pitch ever was in November of 1986 for Nevada GOP'er Jim Santini's race against Mr. Reid. The iconic Republican President visited Las Vegas to warn Nevadans about Mr. Reid's liberal agenda.
It looks like it just does not pay for a Senator to go on an ill-subscribed diatribe about opponents of the Democrats' health care reform.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Junior high student arrested for doodling in class, How a “nice American girl” became a Jihadist, and Daily presidential tracking poll.
The Boston Herald is reporting that Rhode Island Democratic Congressman Patrick Kennedy could very well be in some 2010 trouble of his own.
If there was any clue that the Democrats wanted one last opportunity to pump their last hours of super majority muscle, it happened on Thursday, immediately before Sen.-elect Scott Brown, a Massachusetts Republican, was finally sworn in by Vice President Joe Biden at 5 p.m.
One of the biggest confusions about this year’s decennial census is whether or not the census asks individuals about their citizenship status. When this issue appears, some will point to the American Community Survey, an on-going Census questionnaire sent to individuals within the United States.
IPCC head Rajendra Pachauri is still refusing to step down, but his departure looks likely.
Federal education subsidies aren't fair for everyone.
Sens. Barbara Boxer and Jim Webb introduced a bill Thursday that would levy a tax on outsized bonuses given to employees of banks that received large TARP bailouts.
Americans find President Obama's new-found transparency refreshing.
Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican, during a Heritage Foundation talk slammed the Obama administration for its poor response to terrorism in its first year.