Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: 58% favor waterboarding of plane terrorist to get information, staff walks out on party-switcher Griffith, and heroin for dummies.
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President Obama has appointed Amanda Simpson to the position of Senior Technical Advisor to the Department of Commerce. Ms. Simpson is likely to be the first transgender appointee of the Obama administration
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Ben Nelson to Henry McMaster: 'Call off the dogs', How did Obama fare in 2009? Don't ask an Obamaniac!, and War? What war?
The Associated Press is reporting today that the Montana Supreme Court has ruled that nothing in the state law can keep patients from seeking physician-assisted suicide.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Diesels could outrun hybrids in 2010, Dems blame Bush admin for terror attempt, and the US releases ‘dangerous’ Iranian proxy behind the murder of US troops.
General Motors has begun rehiring outside lobbying firms it fired in June.
New York Times Op-Ed columnist Maureen Dowd, a usual cheerleader for President Barack Obama, was particularly harsh on her favorite Whitehouse resident in her column today. While Ms. Dowd cannot help but take shots at the Bush administration while tearing up Mr. Obama.:
The Washington Times Opinion page is accepting submissions on headlines we would like to see in 2010. The headlines can be serious, funny, or ironic. It is your choice, and we will credit your submission if it is used in Friday's paper.
Israeli bloggers react to fallout from the Christmas Day bombing attempt
A day before Sen. Ben Nelson (D - NE) voted for the passage of the Senate's version of the health care reform bill, the Nebraska Senator appeared confident before reporters that his vote would not hurt him back in Nebraska. According to a new Rasmussen Poll, the voters of Nebraska think otherwise.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab organized 'war on terror week', bleeding hearts and jihadi revolving doors, and Back in the tank with Fannie, Fred.
In the midst of the aftermath of the attempted terrorist attack of Northwest flight 253, Americans are wondering what kind of measures government officials will take to protect the country from further danger.
The Obama administration demanded an explanation of Israel's killing last weekend of three Fatah gunmen who murdered a rabbi.
A review of Stark's taxes has apparently turned up an ethics question.