Devastation

In seconds, life changed for tens of millions of Japanese.  Mother Nature, in her most wicked form. There is little

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Battle: Los Angeles: Movie Review

  Battle:  Los Angeles is one of those movies and geeks and nerds have dreamed about their entire lives.  What

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Example of Liberal Civility

It seems so long ago, when the President of the United States stood up in Arizona, and gave a moving

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Endgame: Wisconsin Ends Collective Bargaining

After weeks of rangling and protests, Gov. Scott Walker and Wisconsin Republican passed the legislation to virtually end collective bargaining

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Gov. John Kasich and Ohio’s Future

  Gov. John Kasich today presented his first State of the State speech, which will be confronted by some of

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Newsweek (?!?) Demolishes Obama Foreign Policy

In a piece from this week’s Newsweek, Niall Ferguson, the Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History at Harvard University and

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Mubarak Steps Down; Now, The Hard Part…

After the chaotic events of last evening, when it was clear that no one, especially the Obama Administration, knew what

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White House Losing Egypt

I have been about as supportive as any conservative out there when it comes to the decisions made by the

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Detroit Love

As a native Detroiter, you gotta love this…unabashed devotion to a city that is sometimes very hard to love…

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President Ronald Reagan’s Centennial

Ronald Reagan was born in a small apartment in the little town of Tampico, Illinois on February 6, 1911.  His

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