Officials have ordered 140,000 people in northeastern Japan to remain indoors after it was discovered that dangerous levels of radiation had leaked from a damaged nuclear power plant.
President Barack Obama has a full plate of crises this week, including fallout from an earthquake and tsunami in Japan, a violent conflict in Libya and a budget standoff on Capitol Hill.
As Japan faces a long, costly road to recovery, battles continue to rage across the Middle East, the American economy continues to flounder and Democrats are beginning to threaten active violence against their opponents—including death threats against Wisconsin’s governor and legislators and Tea Party leaders who have committed the unpardonable sin of standing up to the Democrat Party’s union thug accomplices.
Fears of widespread radiation exposure in Japan have sparked a political debate about the future of nuclear energy production in the United States.
For more than four decades United States Presidents have made a mess out of the Middle East. Now the region is boiling over, Americans face $4 per gallon gas and John Myers asks the question, “Why has every American President since Lyndon Johnson been so stupid when it comes to the Middle East…
Sure an’ begorrah, this is the week when everyone is Irish, at least for a day. Yes, tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day. Or, as they say in Celtic, Lá Fhéile Pádraig. It’s the annual feast day of the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, who is generally credited with bringing Christianity to the Emerald Isle. […]
State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley has resigned following controversial comments he made last week about the Pentagon.
How quickly our lives can change. On Thursday the discussions were about public sector unions, Charlie Sheen’s public meltdown, the growing instability in the Middle East and Congress’ lip service to meaningful government cuts.