Archive for: December 16, 2007

December 16, 2007

Transportation Security’s Handling of Sensitive Security Information

Filed under: American National Security - 16 Dec 2007

Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, federal agencies have faced the challenge of protecting sensitive information from terrorists and others without a need to know while sharing this information with parties who are determined to have such a need. …

Jews Who Speak Up for Christmas

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Religion & Faith - 16 Dec 2007

Once terribly divided, Jews and Christians are finding a new unity as the walls between them are coming down. Why is this happening? Primarily for two reasons. Number one because Christians seem to be the only ones standing with Israel …

Crisis Clarifies Partisan Divide

There are two major political parties in the U.S. for a reason, and it isn’t that two makes for nice symmetry on a ballot. It’s because Americans are split over a very basic question: how big the government’s role should …

Giuliani’s Resiliency Is Latest Test

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 16 Dec 2007

After selling himself more successfully than many expected, the former New York mayor’s lead in national polls is narrowing. He could lose four early primary states — Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina — before reaching more favorable territory, …

Dick Simpson Whitewashing 60s Radicals

They always say that the passage of time sometimes dulls the memory of a person’s past, that oft times only the good memories remain. More often, though, time plus a large dollop of myth making and lies creates a whole …

Why Aren’t We At War?

If your opinion is that all war is all wrong all the time, this article is not for you. I disagree with your conclusion in just about every way possible but I hold your opinion in high regard along with …