President Obama's decision to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan has generated skepticism and dismay among his supporters. And rightly so.
WASHINGTON (PAI) -You don't have to dig particularly deep, in the United States today, to find some striking similarities between today's virulently anti-Obama "Tea Party" crowd - and the pols like Sarah Palin who egg them on - and the media darlings who birthed the "Tax Revolt" phenomenon back in the late 1970s.
The left has done a poor job of speaking to veterans, and that's unfortunate.
While I don't care much about Columbus Day (except that there's no school, which when my kids were younger was a pain in the ass...), I do like Thanksgiving.
As the economic crisis continues to worsen and the official national unemployment rate inches well over 10 percent, more and more Americans are faced with more and more debt.
Food, family, traffic jams, thankfulness - all are part of Thanksgiving, but, especially this year, there is more.
There is substantial symbolism in this week's visit of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the United States.
From troubled teens to murders in a maquiladora town, new films reflect the growing pressures of surviving in today's economic climate.
The following are remarks made by Communist Party USA Vice Chair Scott Marshall to the 11th International Meeting of the Communist and Workers Parties hosted by the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Communist Party of India in New Delhi on Nov. 20 - 22.
Before buying into an escalataion strategy, the Obama administration should spend some time examining the August 12 battle of Dananeh.