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No End In Sight

There’s a new movie on Iraq set to be released in limited theaters across the country in the next few days, and a few more on the way. “No End In Sight” was writen, directed, produced and financed by “Charles H. Ferguson, an indefatigable, overachieving political scientist, turned author, turned dot-com millionaire, turned Sundance-prize-winning filmmaker […]

Feinstein Endorses Hillary

The Hill reported that Senator Dianne Feinstein endorsed Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, saying “the former first lady is best equipped to lead the country.” “This is a very special moment for me because I have the opportunity to endorse the campaign of a U.S. senator who I believe will be the first female president of […]

Overhaul Urged in Care for Soldiers… Kerry Says Dole –Shalala Commission Report Requires Immediate Action

A new report by a presidential commission that examined the care given to wounded U.S. service members was released on Wednesday. The report “recommended “fundamental changes” aimed at simplifying the military’s convoluted health-care bureaucracy and overhauling the veterans disability system for the first time in more than half a century.” The panel issued six broad […]

Something Is Terribly Wrong on the Hill… and It Needs to Go

The WaPo’s editorial board today that it time for Alberto Gonzales to go. In their editorial today citing yesterday’s tragic testimony of Gonzales before Congress, the WaPo said, “SOMETHING IS terribly, terribly wrong when the attorney general of the United States is called to testify under oath before Congress and much of the hearing revolves […]

A Good Read…….

Although I haven’t been able to post as much recently, I thought I’d mention a good book out there that I don’t believe has recieved the accolades it deserves. It’s Lee Iacocca’s “Where Have All the Leaders Gone?”. After leading Chrysler out of bankruptcy and becoming an American icon of what a hard working second […]

Public Opinion Moving in Kerry’s Direction

How maddening is it to know that you were right on an issue, and you were way ahead of the curve and then to sit back and watch the public catch up to you? If you were John Kerry, right about now, you’d be taking it in stride, and keeping on doing what you feel […]