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This won’t take long, kids. And it won’t be all that funny, either. Last night, as I was polishing a piece on an entirely different topic, the Drudge Report ran the headline. Then CNN began screaming that a Presidential address to the nation was expected for sometime after 10:30 EDT. Without seeming immodest, I knew it was coming. The President — any President — wouldn’t ask for a few moments of our time at that hour except under extremely unusual circumstances.
I wish Republicans would stop saying that President Barack Obama is not serious about the budget deficit. It’s simply not true. He’s very serious about it. In fact, he is determined to increase it to the point that it brings about a total collapse of the United States economy.
In a hastily-called national television address, President Barack Obama announced that the most wanted man in the world, Osama bin Laden, had been brought to justice. He had been shot in the head by Navy Seal Team Six in a raid on a compound just north of Islamabad, Pakistan, Obama said.
Several States have bolstered their efforts to fight abortion after Federal lawmakers failed to defund Planned Parenthood earlier this month.
Privacy advocates have urged Federal lawmakers to investigate Apple following a report that the company keeps tabs on its users’ locations.
All day long April 27, meteorologists warned that conditions were rife for a severe weather outbreak in the South, and Alabama was expected to be ground zero. The sky was warm and moist, the sun was shining, dew points were abnormally high and Southeasterly winds coming off the Gulf of Mexico were stewing the air.
Economic growth in the United States has encountered a significant setback, according to a new report from the Commerce Department.
Many thanks to the Alert Reader who sent me the following story about monkeys. I think you’ll agree, it has important lessons for us about how to make changes in Washington.
Lawmakers recently averted a government shutdown by agreeing on a continuing budget for fiscal year 2011, but they are already prepping for another showdown over Federal spending.