Denver, Colorado, is known as the Mile High City. For John McCain and his campaign, they are probably feeling a mile high after learning what transpired in that city Tuesday night. It looks to be a key turning point for the McCain campaign.
If anyone could have written a picture-perfect Cinderella sports story for China, they couldn’t have picked a more appropriate heroine than Zheng Jie. The 5’4” Chinese tennis player only ranked #133 in the world was playing in the semi-finals in Wimbledon.
Being a student of American history I had heard of the massacre of the French Huguenot settlers in Florida, but I had not visited the sites where it took place. As I joined the tour at Fort Matanzas (meaning "slaughters" in Spanish), I learned the details of this North American extension of the religious, political, and military struggle that resulted from the Reformation.
The McCain campaign tells The Brody File that even though he won't be able to attend in person, Sen. John McCain will send a taped DVD message to the National Right to Life Convention that starts Thursday in Washington, DC.
Phil Burress is one of the mover and shakers in the conservative Evangelical movement.
It's often said that a picture is worth 1,000 words, which is definitely the case when it comes to the waters around Qingdao, the site of the Olympic sailing competition. There are few people who would want to take a dip in water affected by one of the worst algae blooms in history.
Lately I've been engrossed in Michael Yon's book, Moment of Truth in Iraq. Yon is a blogger and former special ops soldier who has spent more than two years on the ground in Iraq reporting on the war. He's an incredible wordsmith - able to tell the story of the war in vivid pictures of perseverance, courage and hope. He doesn't sugar-coat it, though. You get the feeling from his book that he understands the institutional stupidity that comes part-and-parcel with any large bureaucracy - espe
Millions of people find themselves in the complex and often discouraging position. With aging parents on one side, and children on the other, it is easy to feel squeezed in the middle.
Not only are you squeezed by the demands and challenges of aging parents and children facing college and other costs, but you’re beginning to feel the changing demands of mid-life. You don’t have the energy you once had, and the bounce you once felt may be gone.
Barrack Obama and The Hills trying to get in good with Christian rock? James Dobson and Obama debating theology?! Mega-churches meeting in basketball stadiums and in outdoor fields?!! Here's today's special hot-button edition of The Morning Five ...
More on the ongoing "dead or alive" debate regarding UBL, from Time: