Happy Columbus Day! It’s the day Europe discovered America. Or if, you’re an indigneous native, it’s the darkest day in history.
OK, so it is only the Olympics. But the failure of the USA to win the games for Chicago could feed negative narratives already nipping at heels of U.S. President Barack Obama; that he is a better talker than deal closer, more celebrity than statesman.
Israel officially approved the construction of hundreds of new homes in the West Bank, the Defense Ministry said Monday, deepening an already unprecedented rift with the United States over Israeli settlement expansion.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge claims in a new book “The Test of Our Times: America Under Siege…And How We Can Be Safe Again” that he was pressured by other members of President George W. Bush’s Cabinet to raise the nation’s terror alert level just before the 2004 presidential election.
Presssured? Is this a bad joke?
General Motors Corp. said Tuesday its Chevrolet Volt rechargeable electric car should get 230 miles per gallon of gasoline in city driving, more than four times the mileage of the current champion, the Toyota Prius.
Today we found out Gov. Sanford from South Carolina was out “sparking” in Argentina with some hot tart latina over the Fathers Day weekend. Yeah, apparently his wife had no clue where he was. Yes, this is same Gov. Sanford who called for the resignation of former Rep. Bob Livingston’s head for cheating on his wife.
As protesters took to the streets for a fifth straight day in the “Democratic” Republic of Iran, this time wearing black to mourn earlier deaths, Iran accused the United States of “intolerable” meddling, alleging for the first time that Washington has fueled a bitter post-election dispute. Many cite the Pentagon’s call to Twitter, the online social networking site, to stay online so that protestors can keep up the pressure.