The Pulitzers for top-notch journalism aren’t what they used to be.

History is not taught very well in today's public schools, and that is why the history of the Democratic Party is totally unknown by the American voting public. Believe it or not, the Democratic Party was inspired by those Southern delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 who forced all of the other delegates to accept the institution of slavery as the price of their participation in the new government. That is why the Southern states were able to count each slave as three-fifths of a person in determining the number of representatives the state could send to Congress.

Steve FarrellThe Arizona House of Representatives moved forward a provision on Monday (April 19) that would require presidential candidates to produce documents proving their eligibility to serve if they expect their name to appear on the Arizona ballot in 2012.

Becky AkersThe War to Terrorize Americans continues. This week our fearless rulers protected us from a 93-year-old invalid in a wheelchair, her munchies, and her concerned daughter when they tried Nadine Hays of Camarillo, CA, “for allegedly hitting a federal security agent who tried to take her mother’s applesauce and other snacks at Bob Hope Airport.”

Jack Kenny"President Obama said Wednesday that he considers it 'very important' that women be allowed to make decisions about their bodies but would not impose a 'litmus test' on abortion for potential nominees." That was the lead sentence in today's Washington Post story on a private meeting the President had with key Senators on his upcoming nomination of a replacement for retiring Justice John Paul Stevens on the U.S. Supreme Court. But a few paragraphs later we get a clearer view of what no "litmus test" really means. Following the meeting, the President was asked by a reporter if he would nominate someone who does not support "abortion rights."