If you’re planning a visit to the Nation’s Capital this summer be aware that crime is up on the National Mall.
It has been 18 days since a liberal web site reported Karl Rove had been indicted and given 24 hours to get his affairs in order.
To date, 73 journalists have died in Iraq, more media casualties than an in all of World War II. Many more have been wounded. These deaths are in addition to the 2,400-plus American soldiers who have died in the war.
John Kerry is finally fighting back to dispute the many lies spread about him by the so-called "Swift Boat Veterans for Truth."
If Congress has its jockey shorts, briefs and panties in a twist now over the FBI raid of a crooked Congressman’s office, just wait until they see what awaits them on the campaign trail this year.
George W. Bush obviously loves war — be it the unwinnable one in Iraq or an equally-challenging one within his own party.
According to Murray Waas, one of the best investigative reporters working in Washington these days, White House presidential guru Karl Rove and right-wing columnist Robert Novak conspired to cover Rove’s involvement in the leaking of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame’s name to the press.
While the leadership of the House of Representatives say they are upset the FBI had the audacity to raid the office of one of their own, corrupt Louisiana Democratic Congressman William Jefferson, other more level-headed members aren’t willing to put their dogs in that fight.
First it was The New York Times going tabloid over the strange marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Then headlines in another paper scream: "BUSH MARRIAGE BREAKUP! Exclusive! Separate lives in the White House … Nasty fights … Booze problems … Laura urges counseling."
The ABC "exclusive" had all the breathlessness of, say, The National Enquirer.