A military jury says Osama bib Laden’s driver is guilty of supporting terrorism but not guilty of conspiracy to commit it. Why the divided decision? Does this show the fairness of the system or how we’re going too far to accommodate suspected terrorists? Listen to our conversation with former Gitmo prosecutor Kyndra Rotunda and sound off with your own comments.
The Justice Department says the late Army scientist Bruce Ivins acted alone in the 2001 anthrax killings. Do you believe them? Does the evidence back up that conclusion? Read up and speak up by sending your emails!
Does Iraq’s growing surplus mean it should start footing the bill for reconstruction? Should they reimburse us for the billions we’ve spent rebuilding there? Should we cut a deal for cheaper oil? Read the full story, listen to the podcast with Gen. Paul Vallely and sound off with your ideas!
Speculation was running rampant on Tuesday that presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama will choose Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh as his running mate. Bayh says he knows nothing about such an announcement, but would he be a good choice? What are his strengths and weaknesses? Read the profile on Sen. Bayh and tell us what you think of him and the impact he might make on this campaign? Also, listen to our podcast with David Lightman of McClatchy News.
Democratic House leaders are allowing a vote to go forward next month that would strip the District of Columbia of the power to make its own handgun laws. That’s because they feel DC leaders are not abiding by the Supreme Court ruling on gun ownership back in June. Is this a good move or is federal intrusion always a bad idea? Read the story below and share your thoughts with us!
After almost seven years, the anthrax case is still not closed. The case is even more complicated now that the FBI’s prime suspect has committed suicide. So how did the bureau approach this case and what are the clues they’ve followed to the brink of an indictment? Read the story, listen to the podcast featuring former FBI Deputy Director Buck Revell and tell us what you think!
On Sunday, legendary author Alexander Solzhenitsyn died at age 89. He is most famous for his graphic descriptions of Soviet labor camps that shocked the senses of his western readers. So how pivotal of a figure was Solzhenitsyn in the Cold War era? Read the story below, listen to our podcast and share your opinions!
Presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama unveiled his energy agenda on Monday. He and his supporters say it’s the best way to move forward, economically and environmentally. However, Republicans say Obama is all about raising taxes and they contend anything short of exhausting all energy producing methods is not good enough. So who is right? Read the story. listen to the podcast and tell us what you think!
Democrats adjourned Congress until after Labor Day on Friday. They turned off the lights, cameras and microphones and left town. But 50-60 Republican members stayed on the House floor to demand Congress return to session and vote to expand offshore oil drilling.
Are Democrats ignoring the will of the people? Are Republicans just grandstanding?
Check out the story, listen to the podcast with Rep. Kevin Brady and tell us which party is right!
This week, Massachusetts lifted its 95-year-old law forbidding non-residents to marry in the state.
As one of only two states in the U.S. allowing “gay marriage”, will Massachusetts spark a legal
firestorm that will end at the Supreme Court?
Read the story, listen to the podcast with Chuck Donovan of the Family Research Council and give
us your opinion!