The Washington Times - February 17, 2010, 07:25AM

Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: ‘Kennedys’ miniseries ignites a storm, Bidenism, and O’s Bayh-way to hell, Analysis shows Amy Bishop should’ve been arrested, charged in 1986, Bayh: DC is ‘brain-dead’.


Leaders of al Qaeda in Yemen claim that they studied airline security in the U.S. and overseas carefully before designing the bomb that Umar Abdulmutallab carried with him on Christmas Day.
  • Associated Content:  Analysis shows Amy Bishop should’ve been arrested, charged in 1986
Current Norfolk County DA Bill Keating contradicted current Democrat congressman and former DA Bill Delahunt over Delahunt’s decision not to charge Amy Bishop regarding the 1986 shooting death of her teenage brother. 
NY Post: Bayh: DC is ‘brain-dead’
Retiring Sen. Evan Bayh yesterday denounced “brain-dead partisanship” in Congress, saying the pettiness and focus on personal gain are keeping the institution in a state of dysfunction