Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
The Militarization of America Wednesday, December 19, 2012 Article Tools Growing up beneath the Cold War's negative cloud of frigid animosity between East and West I was 13 years old during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1961 much of my early life was
It was a slogan which would be pregnant with authenticity as cynical use of power...Just as Kenyatta followed in the ways of the all-powerful colonial governor who appointed and received reports directly from District Commissioners, so did Moi. While
The moment we've all been waiting for is (almost) here! We at Allvoices will announce our American Pundit grand prize, runner up and honorable mention winners on Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Why did this happen and what can we do? ask my fellow parents of young children this week. At school drop-off, in the kitchen, on social media. Anyplace slightly out of hearing of the kids. I have a one-track mind when it comes to an issue like gun
Topics Buckle up because Barack Hussein Obama has just stumbled upon his old self, the man America fell in love with in the 2008 election race the one who invoked Martin Luther King Jr, telling voters he would be driven as President by "the fierce
Mitt Romney just didn't appeal all that much to women -- at least not the kind that write checks to political campaigns, according to an analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics after the post-election campaign finance reports came in last week.
Kerry Kennedy stands up, leans forward, reaches back and pats his bottom. "This is where the meat is," he says. He's talking about sheep, particularly the black-faced hampshire sheep that can be seen grazing in the paddock outside. "It's the loin in
Obama and his allies spent less on advertising than Romney and his allies but got far more in the number of ads broadcast, in visibility in key markets and in targeting critical demographic groups, such as the working class and younger voters in
The rapid growth rate of people whose salaries are paid by the government is a worrisome trend that is about more than just an expansion of the state. As Paul Kengor notes at the American Spectator , an expanded government employee roster means more
About this weekly feature Behind the Curtain is a reported column, Web show and online conversation about the behind-the-scenes intrigue that shapes politics and policy. It will unfold every Tuesday (and beyond, when news dictates).