America has to make a decision. Does it want perfection like Barack Obama, who rarely stumbles but lacks the grit to get American out of crushing debt and joblessness, or does it want men and women who can dig us out but who have dirt under their fingernails?
In the final analysis, Conrad Murray was the person was most responsible for Michael's death. But a host of others played a significant role. They ought to thank their lucky stars that the sins of the many have fallen on the shoulders of one.
Obama is a disappointment. If he despises Netanyahu, let him not play games with the American Jewish community and feign friendship for votes.
If he thought you were a sub-par employee, he told you. If he thought you were a B-person, he said it to your face. If he thought you were a nudge who interrupted his meeting just to get him to lecture, he told you so in no uncertain terms.
The unfortunate breakup of the marriage between Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher should be of interest even to those who have better things to do with their time than follow mindless Hollywood chatter and celebrity gossip.
Since I am an avowed capitalist, why should there be any issue with banks or those who have legitimately found a means by which to produce staggering wealth? For two reasons.
I have watched with mild amusement as the debate surrounding the beliefs of Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman have gained steam. Aren't the Mormons weird fanatics? Should we trust people with such strange beliefs with high office?