These words provide a genuine justification for American military power to cross borders into Iran and/or Syria and attack targets.
Is military action the only way to stop Iran from enriching uranium?
In their hundred hours of madness, be prepared for the Democrats to try to ram through a disastrous national healthcare plan.
Nlandu Nsingu risks being deported at a time of concern over the continuing persecution of those opposed to Joseph Kabila's government.
Am I missing something or is this the first time in history that a military commander announced the details of his battle plan to the enemy before the battle?
Bush began his Iraq speech with an admission of failure and two major mistakes, and it went downhill from there.
I recently compared the war in Iraq to a bad Hollywood movie: green-lit for all the wrong reasons, way over budget and with no end in site.
Bush's new plan is to let the commanders run the war. Good idea finally.
Suddenly the Boston Globe is happy when the Massachusetts governor hob-nobs with his clergymen. Has the Globe newroom found religion?
His lack of common sense, his ignorance of ground realities, his ignorance of geo-politics is of imbecilic proportions.
Is the world ready for another Fidel Castro?
Why can a liberal Congressman get away with saying something "racist" that had previously cost a conservative talk show host his job ?
Beckham's value is not in his skills -- though he does possess some. It lies in his marketability.
Federer and Mauresmo are blaming the wave of injuries on the busy tour schedule.
Reports indicate that the tainted slugger failed a drug test for amphetamines during the 2006 season.
Perhaps quarterbacks like JaMarcus Russell act as reasons why the Heisman is given out after the regular season.
The gems that jazz uncovered for me in 2006.
Listening to Tahiti 80 one might think that we don't live in such a troubled world after all.
The lyrics are ambiguous as well as profound, leaving them open to personal interpretation.
He single handedly created the Detroit Blues sound.
Follow Your Heart's Desire will be an experience you'll not soon forget.
This singer-songwriter's latest project pulls together a unique collection of jazz standards, but be prepared for the unexpected.
Fragile gets the Ultradisc II gold treatment.
...it's a little odd to find myself reviewing a tango album, considering that I hate to dance.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
I feel in love with the music of Blackmore’s Night.
We've got vintage 1987 live Johnny Cash, and John Waite sings "Missing You" with Alison Krauss.
The book succeeds as an educational overview, offering a tour of colonialism via the particulars of the cocoa business.
Segar’s great comic strip creation gets a snazzy new book collection.
High fashion amidst a haze of cigarette smoke and Metamucil martini breath.
The next time you’re smoking a cigar in a perfect setting, think of the cold weather smoker risking frostbite for the hobby he loves.
According to the technology firm Gartner Inc, blogs are on the decline worldwide. Could the Blogosphere be headed for obsolescence?
Have no doubt, Multi-National doesn't mean International and it doesn't in any sense presuppose fair play. Colonialism by any other name is still colonialism.
Reasons you may, or may not, want to switch to Linux.
The Bugatti Veyron: a story of engineering over good sense.
Reuters.com, a place to meet all your daily blog-read needs?
Indie horror director Lance Weiler continues to pioneer the digital revolution in filmmaking.
This evening's highlights.
Sixth season casting will soon be under way.
Also, 9/11 in the nut-house.
Hail to the king, baby - in crystal-clear HD. But did the Necronomicon remove the special features?
A powerful new film from director Alfonso Cuarón.
Crank is junk on crack... and pot, and LSD, and Ritalin, and meth, and...
Flashback to the glory days of Saturday morning cartoons.
Skating commentator Mark Lund attacks Johnny Weir on national television.
Atlanta must hate either history or the British as personified by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto.
You're liable to be stared at, leered at, if you're a female commuter in New Delhi - India's teeming capital.