By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Saying he was sticking with a tried-and-true election-day routine, President Obama played a game of basketball Tuesday with a small cadre of friends and confidantes before awaiting election results in his hometown of Chicago.
History is rarely this neat.
Lakers star Kobe Bryant says he doesn't take charges, and he's got a reason for it.
On a baseball field, players back up teammates to limit the damage from errors. The Justice Department, embarrassed by an error that caused a mistrial of Roger Clemens last year, has added more prosecutors in hopes of containing any missteps as it seeks to convict the famed pitcher of lying to Congress when he said he never used performance-enhancing drugs.
It is arguably the NCAA tournament's most enduring image.
The outrageous outfits and tabloid tales guaranteed Dennis Rodman fame long after he finished running with the Bulls.
Scottie Pippen made it clear he thinks Michael Jordan is the best player ever _ not LeBron James.
Scottie Pippen said LeBron James may be basketball's greatest player ever.
Derrick Rose vowed to learn from this, to get better, and insisted the Chicago Bulls would come back hungrier after the Miami Heat knocked them out in the Eastern Conference finals.
As if the Bulls losing to Miami in the Eastern Conference finals wasn't enough, Hall-of-Famer Scottie Pippen has added to Chicago's pain by suggesting that LeBron James could be better than Michael Jordan.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh joined to win a championship. Well, now they have their shot.
IPad owners are in for a real treat playing the extreme basketball game NBA Jam and controlling a trio of feisty flames in Burn It All: Journey to the Sun.
After his All-Star point guard struggled with his shot in his Western Conference finals debut, Kevin Durant provided Russell Westbrook with a quick vote of confidence.
Derrick Rose saw the talent, saw the attitude and saw no reason why this couldn't be a special season for the Chicago Bulls.
Tom Thibodeau waited about two decades to become an NBA head coach. It didn't take him long to be recognized as one of the best once he got the chance.
"We feel confident we've got the votes to win, but it's going to depend ultimately on whether those votes turn out," he said Tuesday. "And so I would encourage everybody on all sides just to make sure that you exercise this precious right that we have that people fought so hard for us to have."
"Congratulations to Gov. Romney on a spirited campaign. ... I know his supporters are just as engaged," he said.