Will Monrobama Doctrine let Russian bombers land in Georgias?
Or will he insist on O’Hare? The supposed second coming of JFK, too tired for classy diplomacy with our closest ally and too busy planning a fundamentally changed America four years from now to address the present banking and credit crisis, will soon be confronted with his very own Cuban Missile Crisis: Russia could use bases for its strategic bombers on the doorstep of the | Read More »
Georgia remains as red as the clay for Chambliss
Fifty-eight and counting for the Democratic Party in the United States Senate, and should incumbent Republican Saxby Chambliss lose to Jim Martin on this Tuesday’s run-off election, only one Republican vote would be required to invoke cloture to end filibusters. A President Barack Obama and the Democrats in Congress would have a blank check to enact most all of their legislative dreams of the past | Read More »
Bush world barbarians at Obama’s Gates
Originally published by Mike gamecock DeVine as Legal Editor for The Minority Report Barack Obama was the one, who was waiting for? Was it us, or Al Qaeda in India; Russian missiles near Poland and warships in Venezuela, respectively; and Iran near the bomb? Suddenly, post-Olympics, post-Election Day and especially post-intelligence briefing, President George W. Bush’s post-911 record doesn’t look so bad. Why else would | Read More »
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