Sex and drugs and rock and roll on the side
Suddenly the Pentagon wants parents to step aside and let the kids follow their instincts.
In interviews, more than a dozen conventiongoers explained why it is important that they stay on campus while other, less fortunate people their age wage a bloody war in Iraq. They strongly support the war, they told me, but they also want to enjoy college life and pursue interesting careers. Being a College Republican allows them to do both.
Do you see Sharapova as the favorite to win it if it's not you?
I think that's for you to decide.
You know more about it than me.
I seriously doubt it. The way you guys write, you would think you all have played professional tennis before.
That's why we're asking you.
Let's try to move on.
Antenatal care tends to be very woman-focused, but if fathers play a role in parenthood then they should be properly prepared too.
There is also very little recourse to services for fathers who are feeling depressed.
It was a Democratic administration that captured and convicted the terrorists who attacked the WTC in 1993.
It was a Democrat who instituted the nation's first anti-terrorism policy, and who appointed the nation's first national coordinator of anti-terrorist efforts.
It was a Democrat who stopped the Al-Qaeda millennium hijacking and bombing plots.
A Democrat who stopped the planned attack to kill the Pope.
A Democrat who stopped the planned attack to blow up 12 U.S. jetliners simultaneously.
A Democrat who stopped the planned attack to blow up Boston airport.
A Democrat who stopped the planned attack to blow up the George Washington Bridge.
A Democrat who tried to kill Osama bin Laden and disrupt Al-Qaeda through preemptive strikes. These efforts were denounced by the G.O.P.
A Democrat who named the Hart-Rudman commission to report on the nature of terrorist threats and major steps to be taken to combat terrorism.
A Democrat who sent legislation to Congress to tighten airport security. The legislation was defeated by the Republicans because of opposition from the airlines.
A Democrat who sent legislation to Congress to allow for better tracking of terrorist funding. It was defeated by Republicans in the Senate because of opposition from banking interests.
But it was a Republican president who flaunted a 30-day vacation at his ranch in the month prior to September 11--a vacation coordinated by Karl Rove to convey a public image of the President as "relaxed, and taking things easy."
It was a Republican administration that drove not one but two anti-terrorism czars to resign in frustration, due to conflicts with the White House.
And it was a Republican National Security Advisor who, prior to September 11, crafted a national security presentation that included mention of the Star Wars missile defense program, Cuba's Fidel Castro, and unaccounted nuclear materials from the former Soviet Union--but no mention at all of Islamic terrorism.
It was a Republican who was put in charge of coordinating all anti terrorists activities, but who held not a single meeting until September 11, 2001.
Okay, first of all, now, they got--because they’re planning a gay pride parade in Jerusalem. So all the religious leaders got together--I love this --first of all, this looks like a gay pride parade right here. I mean, this is just one penis-popsicle short of a gay pride parade. Look, there’s everything but the construction worker.
The specter of condemnation hangs over all property. Nothing is to prevent the state from replacing any Motel 6 with a Ritz-Carlton, any home with a shopping mall, or any farm with a factory.
Any property may now be taken for the benefit of another private property, but the fallout from this decision will not be random. The beneficiaries are likely to be those citizens with disproportionate influence and power in the political process, including large corporations and development firms.
As for the victims, the government now has license to transfer property from those with fewer resources to those with more. The Founders cannot have intended this perverse result.
"People are pretty freaked out," said porn webmaster Jim McAnally, who estimates that more than half of hard-core websites, including some of his, will have to dump significant numbers of photos and videos. "This will affect people from top to bottom."