Russia, China and their allies want to increase U.N. control over the internet.
Charlie White, Secretary of State of Indiana, was sentenced to one year of home detention, a $1,000 fine and 30 hours of community service for 6 felony convictions.
Rick Santorum’s wife, Karen: “I personally think this is God’s will. I think He has us on a path, and I do think there’s a lot more happening than what we’re seeing. Personally I mean I think Rick’s a great guy, and he’s really smart and everything. But I think a lot more is happening than what we can actually see.”
Florida Rep. Allen West is upset that it cost $70 to fill up his Hummer. Isn’t this something to think about before buying a Hummer?
Former Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter said that he never made a deal with Rick Santorum over trading support of judicial nominees for an endorsement.
John Hinckley is concerned that people see him as the guy who shot Ronald Reagan instead of an artist or musician.
Sarah Palin’s last few months as governor of Alaska were marked by financial insecurity and emotional turbulence, a batch of newly released emails show.
In order to make sure gays and lesbians are adequately represented on the judicial bench, the state of California is requiring all judges and justices to reveal their sexual orientation.
The author of a Florida bill to allow state agencies to conduct random drug tests of employees once every three months said that it does not include elected officials, as that would be a breach of lawmakers’ First Amendment rights.
A birther goes after Barack Obama, claiming that as a “mulatto” he can’t be President.