Would a Perry presidency be tempted to follow in this predecessor's footsteps? Given the incestuous interrelationship between Texas politics and oil, in many ways the Bush presidency becomes a cautionary tale.
For the first time since the May 2010 "Tehran Declaration," Iran has offered a proposal that could break the deadlock over its nuclear program.
There's no better barometer of Washington's debased values and historical blindness than the Washington Post. Today it attacked Eric Schneiderman, the New York Attorney General taking a brave stand against a cushy settlement with America's banks.
If a feminist worries over her worry lines, frets over getting fat, or lusts after lipstick ... but there's no one around to witness it, can she still...
Michael Savages rant against Mikey Weinstein this week included some remarks that were apparently so offensive that they even had to be edited out of even a show as offensive as his.
Food is not only a way for us to learn about each other, but it provides us with a daily opportunity to bring us together, literally and figuratively.
We cannot continue to ask the brave men and women of our Armed Forces to put their lives on the line while we jeopardize their safety by failing to ensure that Defense Department funds are not siphoned off to warlords in Afghanistan.
After Sherwood Schwartz, the man who created and produced Gilligan's Island and The Brady Bunch, died on Tuesday, fans flocked to the internet to express their appreciations for the fallen TV icon.
Unfortunately, major daily newspaper critical analysis of landscape architecture doesn't appear to be following the same trend as the profession's growth.
There's been lots of commentary about Chris Wallace's interview with Jon Stewart. In a sane world, we wouldn't need to have this conversation. That FOX is a relentless propaganda machine ought to be too banal to even have to note.
The only way forward is for Israelis and Palestinians to finally conclude that neither side is going away.
What do a high school student from LA, a scientist who studies the DNA of whales, the president of a Central American Nation, a former Coast Guard Commandant and a Washington Post reporter have in common?
Data-driven "reform" seems very rational, and not inhumane, from 30,000 feet above our schools and families.
Robert Auerbach's response to the Federal Reserve's IG request.
If Indiana succeeds in its draconian withdrawal of women's health services, it is not hard to imagine that other states will follow, and women nationwide will be left high and dry for basic services.
We now have no less than four reputable national public opinion surveys in three months showing a slim majority of Americans now support allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry.