Former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson’s “Cialis solution.”
The U.S. military is expanding its secret intelligence operations across Africa, establishing a network of small air bases to spy on terrorist hideouts.
The House of Representatives is pushing legislation to allow pilots to be armed.
In Virginia, Richmond prosecutor Tracy Thorne-Begland was appointed to fill the judicial vacancy created when the House of Delegates rejected his nomination to the Richmond General District Court bench last month because he is gay.
D.C. City Councilman Marion Barry: “We’re the laughingstock of the nation.”
Israeli politician: “They are miserable, these homosexuals… Eventually they commit suicide at the age of 40.”
A city councilman in Georgia was sentenced to 12 months probation, a $600 fine, an anger management evaluation, and 80 hours of community service after assaulting another council member last fall.
A grand jury indicted a member of the Texas Republican Party’s executive committee on a third-degree felony charge, accusing him of assaulting a reporter outside an election night party last week.
Why privacy matters, even if you have nothing to hide.
Three rolls of the dice were needed to pick a city council candidate in a race where both tied with the same number of votes.
In Colorado, a state representative is currently harboring an unregistered sex offender in his home.
An elected water agency official in California has resigned after being videoed beating his stepson with a belt. The ex-official’s attorney said the beating was taken out of context, as if beating a kid with a belt can ever be justified.