McChrystal may have reached a "success" plateau he couldn't exceed. Maybe deep down he realized that he simply couldn't win the war, so he wanted out.
There's no room for the public to watch former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich's trial. With the high degree of public interest in this case, why are there only 32 seats available to the public?
There's no room for the public to watch former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich's trial. But there could be.
No one can seriously doubt that we live in a time sadly memorialized by the dishonesty and hypocrisy of public officials. Is prosecuting them under an "honest services" statue effective?
The information in this case is overwhelming -- that is why I am shocked that Blagojevich is required to begin trial just a year and a half after his arrest.
Criminal trials are supposed to be about the facts and the law. The corruption trial of former Governor Rod Blagojevich will be about neither.
Illinois is one example of government gone amok and it is the citizens of the state who are left paying for the corruption every day through a "corruption tax."
Governor Quinn wants to take the option to borrow again to get through another year. Common sense dictates that borrowing on top of borrowing will eventually lead to bankruptcy.
Politicians have always been an ethically challenged bunch. It's gotten to be a competition to see who can shock America the most with their depraved behavior.
Somewhere along the line, the distinction between reality shows, reality television and news has become incredibly blurred. I'm in the business and sometimes can't make sense of it all.
With St. Patrick's Day coming our thoughts turn to our favorite Irish whiskey, a peaty rarity for Ireland, The Connemara Single Malt.
Sadly, not every episode of Survivor can be as much fun as last week's dynamite combination of Voldepussy's crying jag and James dripping baby oil.
We opened this week with Voldetool (Ex-Coach Wade for any new readers), going into a ridiculous emotional tailspin because Sandra had dared to point out that he was a lazy, mouth-running, idiot.
Last night Rod Blagojevich returned to his alma mater, Northwestern, and to a crowd as skeptical as it was curious to hear how he would defend his legacy in a panel discussion on politics.
I wanted to tell you that you're a paragon of journalists. Not for a moment have you revealed even the tiniest hint of emotion on your face. However, Bob, it's time to break up with your plastic surgeon.
Cops and prisons, drugs and guns, McDonald's and Wal-Mart ... these were the replacement economies America had to offer in her postindustrial age if you couldn't get a college degree.