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Less than a month after leaving MSNBC, liberal lightning rod Keith Olbermann said Tuesday he's headed to Current TV, the public affairs channel launched in 2005 by former Vice President Al Gore.
The Obama administration is working on setting up international rules for space launches and satellite operations that critics say will limit the Pentagon's ability to deploy military systems to protect satellites from space weapons being developed by nations such as China.
It has been four years since the United States and Colombia signed a reciprocal trade agreement. Unfortunately, the agreement has yet to be implemented. In June 2007, then-President George W. Bush sent the agreement to Congress but the Democratic majority in the House refused to vote on it. The new Republican Majority in the House must ensure a vote on this agreement, as it will create U.S. jobs and make good on a promise to an important ally.
"President Barack Obama's job approval ratings were even more polarized during his second year in office than during his first, when he registered the most polarized ratings for a first-year president."
The football field wasn't the only place fans could get a glimpse of stars at the Super Bowl - there were plenty of famous faces watching the game as well.
A visit that George W. Bush planned to make to Switzerland this week was canceled after leftists called for protests and rights activists proposed legal action against the former president for the torture of terrorism suspects.
From the granite facade of Mount Rushmore to road signs and school buildings in communities across the country, the push is going strong to enshrine Ronald Reagan's legacy in stone and steel — a fitting tribute, admirers say, to the man who ended communism in Europe and turned the political debate from Roosevelt's New Deal to supply-side economics or, more simply, Reaganism.
It seems there are no good options for dealing with the unfolding disaster in Egypt right now. It is like the smoker who has developed cancer. The cure is a round of chemotherapy, introducing deadly poisons into the body to kill the cancer. It may work or it may not, but the patient is going to get extremely ill in the process, regardless of the outcome.
Ronald Reagan, despite his status as the "Great Communicator," was a polarizing figure during his eight years in the White House. But the Reagan legend has proven malleable and open to shifting interpretations over time.