For anyone upset that there was no IMterview on Friday, here is a longer-than-usual excerpt from Hillary‘s speech yesterday at the Jewish Community Relations Council‘s annual legislative breakfast at the 92nd Street Y.
Hillary connects the port security issue with the national economy. Then, while not exactly promising to an IMterview in the Read More
BAGHDAD-”I am a soldier in the Mehdi Army,” said Adnan Al-Safey, a round-faced, soft-spoken fellow of 40 who looked much less like a soldier than a merchant or a poet, which he also happened to be.
It was early June, and Mr. Al-Safey was early for an appointment at the headquarters of the radical Shiacleric Read More
The demise of an ethnic cultural festival in the nether regions of New England, i.e. the Boston suburb of Chestnut Hill, generally would be of little urgency for the cosmopolitan types who inhabit this island. And yet it should be. Why? Because the festival has become an unexpected and inexplicable casualty of the war on Read More