THE PERIPHERY The Internet and the U.S. Government
With every new technology comes the potential for either good or evil. How will the U.S. government's use of digital technology to spy be judged?
Dynamite can clear the way for a new road through a m... Posted on 6/10/13 at 7:54 AM
THE NEW FORTY Kiss mine.
As a woman who has always had plenty of junk in her trunk, I was drawn to the Washington Post story published in The Forum online about Michelle Obama's posterior. Apparently, Michelle's posterior has... Posted on 2/5/13 at 9:58 PM
STAFF BLOG FLICKERTALES FROM THE HILL Top N.D. Dems skip national convention
FARGO Democrats absent from this weeks national convention in Charlotte, N.C., arent going unnoticed.
For North Dakota, none of the top-ticket Democrats is among the states 27 delegates at the conve... Posted on 9/4/12 at 9:35 PM
Democratic candidates in some states have shied away from President Barack Obama, seeing him as a potential liability to their own campaigns. But the president still receives warm welcomes in Wisconsin.
Dinesh Ramde, Associated Press Writer
, August 15, 2010
President Barack Obama ousted Gen. Stanley McChrystal as the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan on Wednesday, saying that his scathing published remarks about administration officials undermine civilian control of the military and erode the needed trust on the president's war team.
By Annie Gearan and Jennifer Loven, AP Writers
, June 23, 2010
WASHINGTON (AP) — Pearls of wisdom from President Barack Obama: Few things in life are harder to find and more important to keep than love.
"Well, love and a birth certificate," he quipped at Saturday's black-tie White House Correspondents' Association dinner, poking fun at the birther movement, which questions whether the president was born in the United States.
Christine Simmons, Associated Press Writer
, May 02, 2010
President Barack Obama has scored the biggest victory of his presidency as Congress approved his signature health care reform bill, bringing near-universal coverage to a wealthy country in which tens of millions of people are uninsured.
President Barack Obama summons anxious Democrats and aloof Republicans to a White House summit Thursday — live on C-SPAN and perhaps cable — and gambles that he can save his embattled health care overhaul by the power of persuasion.
Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press Writer
, February 20, 2010
The Senate on Tuesday rejected a plan to create a powerful commission that would recommend ways to slash future federal budget deficits, but the close vote underscored that tackling the problem is an increasingly urgent priority.
By David Lightman, McClatchy Newspapers
, January 27, 2010
View your ad here! Cost effective targeted advertising. Contextual advertising starting as low as $79/month. This includes targeted ad delivery and search results! Add your business to the Marketplace »