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Latest Carter Items
On Nov. 4, 1979, a group of radical Muslims stormed the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and took 52 innocent civilian Americans hostage. Whatever the terrorists' warped reasoning, there is no excuse for abducting innocent Americans and holding them hostage for 444 days. The hostages were starved, beaten and tortured in God knows how many ways.
More than a dozen Oklahoma State football players admitted to academic misconduct over the past decade, including receiving exam answers in advance, passing classes for little or no work and using tutors who completed work for them, according to a Sports Illustrated article released Wednesday.
New priorities conflict with the interests of black America
We are a nation of immigrants. We are also a nation of laws.
The great tragedy of our time is that so few know economic history; thus we have been doomed to repeat the mistakes of a generation ago, and millions suffer.
Years from now, historians may well write that the decline or upswing in the American empire of liberty occurred during the Obama presidency. They will either write that the Obama administration's self-fulfilling prophecy and rhetoric of decline was overcome by the overwhelming greatness of the United States or that the ultimate downfall was caused by the conditions created by this White House.
The former Canadian ambassador to Iran who protected Americans at great personal risk during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis said Monday it was good to hear Ben Affleck thank Canada after Affleck's film "Argo" won the Oscar for best picture.
A federal appeals court Tuesday rejected a petition to reclassify marijuana from its current federal status as a dangerous drug with no accepted medical use.