By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Veteran Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur defeated longtime Washington colleague Dennis Kucinich on Tuesday in a bruising Ohio showdown made necessary by a newly drawn congressional map.
"Joe the Plumber" is launching his bid for Congress.
A federal court is being asked to grant constitutional rights to five killer whales who perform at marine parks, an unprecedented and perhaps quixotic legal action that is nonetheless likely to stoke an ongoing, intense debate at America's law schools over expansion of animal rights.
Joe the Plumber is plunging into politics. The Ohio man who man who became a household name after questioning Barack Obama about his economic policies during the 2008 presidential campaign has filed paperwork to run for Congress.
Joe the Plumber is plunging into politics.
"Joe the Plumber" has lost his fight against the state of Ohio in a decision his attorney called a "frightening" green light for government officials to snoop into people's private information.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit Mr. Wurzelbacher filed that said his rights were violated.
"Being a politician is as good as being a weatherman," Mr. Wurzelbacher said at a tea party rally last year in Nevada. "You don't have to be right, you don't have to do your job well, but you'll still have a job."