This is so typical of government folks. here we have Congressional staffers who think they are so special, so much better than the rest of us, that they can bypass security scanning.
Why shouldn't they have special privileges, after all, they are with the government.
Does anyone really think that giving government total control of health care will make government weenies less arrogant? Or that it will improve service?
I read a recent Mother Jones article (don't ask why) that noted that voter ID laws have a negligible effect on elections. OK so far. T...
For a eulogy of Ted Kennedy for the rest of us, go to The Funeral Guy .
Entertaining. Sophomoric, maybe. But it is satirical commentary by two Washington Post political commentators, Dana Milbank and Chris Cill...
What is the truth behind the shooting of Erik Scott at a Costco in Las Vegas on July 10, 2010?. So far, the best that can be said is that w...