The Washington Times spoke with Federal Communications Commissioner Robert McDowell about past controversial statements made by FCC diversity czar Mark LLoyd.
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It seems the Water Cooler is taking criticism for a recent post regarding Safe School's czar Kevin Jennings 1998 essay in the Advocate magazine, but what about the 1998 essay itself? A conservative response from gaypatriot.net provides an interesting point of view missing from the debate.
Former four-term Iowa Governor, Terry Branstad, filed papers last week initiating what appears to be a run for Governor in 2010.
So the White House declared war on Fox News for its editorial content and not our editorial page? Why not us?
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: An odd study says gun owners are more likely to be shot themselves, Why President Obama is actually worthy of the Nobel Peace Prize, Has the National Endowment for the Humanities flew under the radar too long?
Back in September, during the New York CIty premier of the environmentalist film The Age of Stupid, filmmaker of Not Evil Just Wrong Phelim McAleer was thrown out of the event after asking questions of attendees.
California's water policies take center stage this week as the state legislature meets for a special session Monday following Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's request.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Our twisted foreign policy towards the Taliban, why debating liberals can be so frustrating, and 2010 may very well be a rude awakening to certain Democrats who sailed through in '06 and '08.
ESPN's Steven Smith defended Rush Limbaugh after stories arose that players would not play for the talk radio host. Mr. Smith believes otherwise.
Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings wrote the following piece in the September 29, 1998 issue of The Advocate:
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said on Thursday that women would soon serve on submarines reversing a long time ban by the Navy.
The most popular headline at the Real Clear Politics Web site the other day was: “Is Obama Becoming A Joke?” With brilliant comedic timing, the very next morning, the Norwegians gave him the Nobel Peace Prize.
New York's 23rd Congressional District seat was recently vacated by Republican John McHugh after President Obama appointed the upstate New York former congressman to be the Secretary of the Army. A special election to be held on November 3 is scheduled to fill Mr. McHugh's old seat. However, conservatives and GOP activists are not necessarily thrilled with the New York's GOP local county committee chairmen's nomination for the GOP candidate.
Only two comments were left by Department of Justice computers on WashingtonTimes.com this year.
Rep. Charles Rangle can barely see out of the hole he's dug himself in to as repeated ethics violation claims continue to build. T