BBC After 9/11, US authorities demanded that airlines should provide personal passenger data for all inbound flights. But the subsequent US-EU agree
WaPo: The White House went on the offensive yesterday against a new book that reports President Bush resisted demands to boost U.S. troop numbers in
I've said before that BAGnewsNotes is one of my favorite sites. Michael of BAGnews recently covered the latest Newsweek cover of photographer Anni
As requested by bullfrog "Sloop John B" Clear sailing, bullfrog.
This is a topic near and dear to my heart. So much of what I've done in my professional life is to raise and cultivate brand loyalty that it's
Larry Johnson channels his inner Foxworthy with a twist.
Brandweek: To stimulate consumer interest in its line of American-built cars, General Motors has turned to radio and Sean Hannity. Beginning Sept. 25
Take a Walk on the Wild Side I just love the baritone sax solo. What's new, right? Transformer
BBC : In a video published on the Internet, Ayman al-Zawahiri called Mr Bush a "lying failure" and said al-Qaeda was stronger than ever. T
Perhaps it's not so surprising that the international press seems to be getting into Woodward's new book far more than the American press. The stories
Red State The Movie It's the morning after (the 2004 Election), our Liberal awakens from a fitful sleep, depressed. He can't believe Bush won the ele
Remember Jeanine Pirro? She gave up her Senate campaign against Hillary in favor of running for the NY Attorney General. Unfortunately, things aren't
Times Herald-Record We came, we saw, we made enemies Follow this carefully, dear reader, for this is a tale with so many twists and turns and unexp
National Journal's The Hotline calls it "hard to beat" but I just find it hard to stomach...
HuffPo : Today in Bill Clinton's Bipartisan Love-In Blows Up in His Face, Arianna writes, "Hooray! Good for Bill Clinton. He finally called Fox