This is a true faith-bender. Blackwater, the former Erik Prince "security company", has negotiated a $42 million settlement with the Department of Sta
That settles it: Newt's made up his mind to run for president, or he wouldn't be spreading this little story of his soul's redemption around the n
Good for him: Newsweek columnist (and Newsweek International editor) and CNN host Fareed Zakaria announced he would return a prize from the An
Fred Clark of Slacktivist writes one of those blogs that I just love. He's smart, compassionate and very, very perceptive. This piece on the credi
The news surrounding the pending congressional ethics trial of Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) is all quite confusing. Despite reports that he has reached
Ruh roh: Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) will stand trial on ethics charges after a House panel accused him Thursday of multiple violations.
Oh my! Sounds like someone needs to hold hearings and issue some subpoenas to get to the bottom of this scandal. Yoo hoo, Congressman Waxman: D
Chalk up yet another tone-deaf move on the part of BP: BP chief executive Tony Hayward has come under fire in the US for taking a break from the
Who Could Have Known... That There Were Safety Concerns With The Deepwater Rig? BP Engineers, That's Who.
"Who could have known?" I am so sick of that all-purpose excuse, aren't you? Maybe if we passed a law requiring the electric chair for anyone foun
h/t Bob Cesca This is yet another in a long series of stunningly arrogant moves by BP: When CBS tried to film a beach with heavy oil on the shore
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