1. Why not capture him? In fact, the administration says the plan was to capture Bin Laden if he did not offer any resistance, though officials considered it unlikely that he would give himself up. Still, the question is tantalizing: if he had not offered resistance and the Seals had taken him alive and brought […]
Should Congress go ahead and raise the debt ceiling since there’s no way to prevent it? Or should they tackle serious structural reform now to save our national debt from spiraling out of control?
At 11:35 p.m. on Sunday, President Barack Obama confirmed that Osama bin Laden was killed in an attack led by the U.S. military in Pakistan.
Some of the jihadists whom she befriended are now in jail, including US Army Specialist Ryan Anderson who is serving five life terms for attempted espionage.
Ladies, put on your most elaborate hats! Gentlemen, dust off your morning coats and pull out your lounge suits* because today’s the big day. William and Kate are finally tying the knot! Women from all over the world have been waiting with bated breath to see what Kate will be wearing. Will she follow in […]
Was Terry Jones within his rights under the first amendment when he burned a religious text, or should he be condemned, possibly prosecuted for the consequences of his actions?
Is the Civil War a story we look at like rubber-neckers at a horrible car accident?
The power of song has so pervaded our society that now it seems that even Supreme Court justices quote lines from protest songs in their decisions.
It can’t be the water. So it must be the sun’s glare on the parched landscape that helps Arizona illuminate our country’s most contentious debates – immigration, health care, abortion, and more.
Colonists cared less about buying their tea cheaper than they did about the principle of not accepting any tax from Parliament without representation.