On Tuesday, I promised some more photos I took at Balboa Park with my Olympus E-500 camera. Because the file size can be a little painful for those on dial-up connections, you can find the pics after the jump.
It really should come as no surprise that to many Democrats Iraq is little different than Vietnam. Sen. John Kerry, demonstrating that his "plan" for Iraq when he ran for president in 2004 was nothing of the sort, earlier this week joined the Democrats' cut-and-run caucus. Kerry, who voted to give President Bush authorization to […]
Today's news out of the World Cup in Germany: BERLIN - The media center next to the stadium set to host the World Cup final was evacuated Friday when a World War II explosive was found on the grounds. A gardener at the Olympiastadion reported a suspicious device about 30 yards from the stadium. The […]
This is sappy, and pretty ridiculous. Dressed in a brightly colored muumuu and sunflower hat, 100-year-old Maria Soledad Sarabia Lagareta held her cane in her left hand and raised her right hand as she took an oath to become a U.S. citizen in federal court yesterday. She's been in the United states far longer than […]
There are intelligent, talented editors at newspapers across the nation, and then there's Henry Fredrick, city editor of the Taunton (Mass.) Gazette. "Senator, I served with Jack Kennedy, I knew Jack Kennedy, Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine. Senator, you are no Jack Kennedy." That, of course, was the late Lloyd Bentsen, the vice […]
If you missed Andrew McCarthy's piece yesterday at National Review Online and reporter Byron York's piece today, then you really ought to check them out. The picture painted by the two articles is one of the House as an institution believing it is above the law. McCarthy points out that the House can either Impeach […]