By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
There's a gun-control theme among the guests who will sit in the first lady's box at President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night, including the parents of a slain Chicago teen, a teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School and a police officer who was wounded in a Wisconsin shooting massacre.
The Sikh temple where a white supremacist killed six people earlier this month has been largely repaired. A crisp new American flag flies out front, prayer services have returned to a normal schedule, and walls once scarred by gunfire are now covered with banners of support from around the world.
His community under attack, Sikh Temple of Wisconsin president Satwant Singh Kaleka fought back with all his strength and a simple butter knife, trying to stab a murderous gunman before taking two fatal gunshots to the leg.
A judge on Monday set bond at $1 million for a woman charged with murder in the death of her best friend, who, after being stabbed in the neck, killed the suspect's 2-year-old daughter with her car.
Two members of the Monsters of the Midway defense from Chicago's famed championship team are reuniting in Minnesota.
Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich has defeated business investor Brian Murphy in the Maryland Republican primary for governor.
The "tea party" movement that staged upset midterm victories from the rugged West to the Deep South faces tough challenges next month in the Mid-Atlantic states of Maryland and Delaware — Democratic strongholds where more established, well-funded candidates have big leads in the marquee races.
Sarah Palin has announced her endorsement for Republican Brian Murphy in Maryland's governor's race.
Dennis Hopper's sprawling estate in Venice, Calif., is going on sale this Friday for about $6.2 million.
Hours before the deadline to file for candidacy, incumbent Democrat Doug Gansler is the only one on the ballot for Maryland attorney general.
In court, prosecutor Brian Murphy said Castro used the women "in whatever self-gratifying, self-serving way he saw fit."
When asked how he did that, Brian said, “That’s just the way we’re made.”