I don't know about you, but being smart has always been a characteristic that I look for in a potential President. I hope America agrees.
To an impartial observer, the weeks of preparation at the Olympic Green and IBC are falling into place. Now, with two days to go, the only thing Beijing needs to hope for is good weather.
That an overwhelming majority of Americans want an imminent end to the war apparently doesn't faze McCain.
As we are reminded again this week: you don't get in trouble in D.C. for lying, covering up and stonewalling, but you catch hell for telling the truth-- even if it's the least-surprising truth ever.
NBC spent four minutes of national airtime not only lending credibility to the claims of these very, very few unfortunate folks, but also putting up a big ad for any opportunist who feels like getting rich.
What makes Billy Wolfe's case unusual was not the frequency or brutality of the beatings, but the fact that Billy's parents decided to sue the parents of one of the bullies.
I don't want the only people who are "allowed" to say "dirty" words about women to be the people who are trying to hurt us.
After the Today Show used video clips of me talking (ranting, to some) about the racist history of the Mormons as a lead-in to Matt Lauer's interview of Mitt Romney, I feel compelled to clarify the obvious.
Though the pilgrims had to pork up because their next big meal was Christmas, today's Americans will still be wolfing down another 5,000 calories of leftovers all weekend.
In an appearance on the Today Show, Hillary Clinton has, once again, clearly demonstrated who's paying her cab fare -- the HMOs and big pharmaceutical companies.