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Let’s face it, the nation’s founders didn’t create the Second Amendment to allow people to kill defenseless, unarmed school children.
When the 50th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution is remembered today, Andras Pongratz of Ahwatukee Foothills and his brother will be among those recognized in Budapest for the role they played in helping crack the foundation of communism.
Terrorism and attempts by governments to suppress it "have combined to produce the most sustained attack on human rights and international humanitarian law in 50 years" — with the United States a principal culprit, says Amnesty International in its annual report.
“This is nothing more than a political land grab,” Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said of Barack Obama’s Chicago-style political decision to bring the influential role of conducting the U.S. Census under White House influence. This single act should end any further bipartisanship. Obama is executing raw power politics as taught by his role model, leftist Chicago organizer Saul Alinsky. Alinsky pioneered this in-your-face style of political move.
A politician making lemonade after being pelted by a bushel of media-chucked lemons is as familiar as red yarn on the handle of a black bag on the luggage carousel at Chicago's O'Hare airport. But few alive have seen the likes of Rod Blagojevich. Not content to stir up a nice, cold pitcher or erect a simple stand, the former Illinois governor is challenging Minute Maid's supremacy in the field of citrus concentrate. Refusing to exit the stage quietly after removed from office, he instead has gone on the offensive. Some might argue the 52-year-old Democrat has given a whole new meaning to the word "offensive."
“Why is there any decision to be made about the mother who took all of these photographs of her children over the years to show the progression in their ages (Tribune, Tuesday)? You know, she could have done that with their clothes on, instead of in the nude.”
NEW YORK - What does Angelina Jolie have in common with Joseph Stalin and Thomas Edison, as well as two out of every five Americans between the ages of 26 and 40? They all have tattoos.
NEW YORK - On the 100th anniversary of John Wayne's birth, the Duke still swaggers through the American psyche as not just an actor, but a patriot - his centennial spawning fond remembrance, and perhaps a few small protests on the side.