A very interesting article today mentions the fact that many Americans think our country is more generous than it tends to be in actuality.
Between the UK's strangely legitimate debates and town hall meetings and the fact that our turnout high is their turnout low, well I feel a bit frustrated.
By naming Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz as his choice to head the World Bank, Bush is asking for a public, international fight between his administration and other World Bank members.
It appears as if the future of Lebanon's government is in the hands the people. And I'm not talking about democratic elections, I'm talking about American Idol-style popularity.
A study-abroad program to Spain was canceled due to the country's troop withdrawal from Iraq.
I know that at my church we always talk about dropping nukes on people — even on entire nations — but it's always in jest.
This re-imagined version of the show is clearly informed by our current post-9/11 cultural climate.
The most pointed reason to avoid privatization is the fact that the stock market just isn't safe enough.
With the wars in the Middle East the government has asked precious little of American civilians. The only price being paid by this country is in American lives.