Sen. John McCain, whose life is a continuing exemplar of the American heroic ideal, regretfully has got it quite wrong when he says that growing GOP opposition to the Libyan and Afghan wars is evidence of isolationism.
Despite a mea culpa, NBC is not off the hot seat for cutting "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance, not once but twice, during a video montage during the recent U.S. Open coverage.
The late Stephen Ambrose, the noted author of World War II heroics, put it best of all when he said, "God gave man a penis and a brain, but only enough blood to run one at a time."
The expected emergence of Texas Gov. Rick Perry as the clear challenger to presidential nomination front-runner Mitt Romney never materialized at the annual Republican Leadership Conference here over the weekend.
In the summer of 2008, Republican Sen. John McCain was not doing so good. He had gone from front-runner status against presumed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton to badly trailing an obscure first-term senator from Illinois.
Disgraceful, pathetic, scumbags, offensive, outrage, incredible, "let's boycott."
First former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said he would skip all Republican Presidential straw polls, and now the Texas Republican Party says it won't hold a straw poll — thanks to a lack of interest expressed by the candidates.
A bill requiring 500,000 public workers in New Jersey to shoulder a significantly larger share of the costs for their health care and pension benefits and take the issue off the bargaining table has advanced in the Legislature over staunch objections from organized labor.
The Republican field of White House hopefuls have been gun-shy about mentioning President George W. Bush by name, but they've been more than happy about taking aim at his policies - a strategy that suggests the smartest way to become the 45th president is to run away from the 43rd.