Remarks by President Bush reflected the growing doubt that the U.S. could negotiate an agreement that would clear the way for American troops to operate in Iraq for many years.
Just resolve the issue!
There is a lot of blame being thrown around for the high costs and prices of gasoline.
Apparently, nothing will stop Democrats from pointing their fingers at the GOP and vice-versa, to blame each other for all our woes regarding gasoline usage and high costs.
I’ve seen a lot posted here about what’s wrong and what can be done about it, but very little in the way of how to go about it. And I plead guilty to bring one of those who complains but does not propose any specific action(s) to help recover some small piece of our nearly-eroded liberties. But I realize now that I have in some small way been doing that for many years.
Warning of the risks of a prolonged slowdown and higher inflation, the Fed chairman offered a gloomy assessment of any prospect for quick improvement.
This is a column about the psychology of idealization and how it effects our feelings and our opinions about others when they disappoint us: case in point Barack Obama. His supporter’s wishes led many of the most ardent to think of Obama as a realization of their hopes for the perfect candidate, a potent anti-venom to G. W. Bush’s poisonous imperial rule. The same goes for Hillary Clinton’s most enthusiastic supporters.