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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Michael G. Mullen
The Accountability Review Board probing the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is subpoenaing documents and conducting interviews behind a veil of secrecy inside the State Department.
Soldiers offended by the sight of two male Marines kissing in public better not mention that fact to their superiors. Under President Obama, the new "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" rules turn the Clinton-era policy on its head. Now those who embrace traditional moral values are the ones being told to stay in the closet.
Saplings from the tree Anne Frank used to measure the seasons while hiding from the Nazis could be planted in 10 cities across the United States.
The Bush administration sidelined Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, yesterday, announcing plans to replace him as the nation's top military officer rather than reappoint him and risk a Senate confirmation struggle focusing on the Iraq war.
Mullen said his briefings from commanders with the Army's Joint Task Force North at nearby Fort Bliss and the U.S. Border Patrol were designed only to ensure continued cooperation among authorities.
He said his first trip to the area should not be taken as a sign of any intentions to send the military to the border as a bloody drug cartel war plagues Mexico.