It's a rare thing to catch Senator Ted Cruz looking sheepish. There have been no documented cases since he swaggered onto the public stage during the 2012 Republican primary looking cocksure despite plenty of occasions (see: shutting down the government) where it might have been appropriate to show ... More >>
The Dallas Morning News has already made clear where it stands on the question of Syria. In an editorial last week, the paper decried the "egregious act of mass murder" currently taking place there and urged the the U.S. to launch a "series of cruise missile or drone strikes on Syrian air bases and ... More >>
Why, only yesterday Stephen Broden was at Dallas County Commissioners Court, speaking up for former Elections Administrator Bruce Sherbet whilst quoting Scripture to Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins. But today, the New York media turns its attention on the man who tried last year to take Eddie Be ... More >>
In an interview today with Bill Zeeble of KERA-FM (90.1), Republican congressional candidate Stephen Broden trots out his belief that Roe v. Wade -- the Supreme Court decision affirming a woman's right to abortion - was "passed" as part of a racist elitist plot of genocide against black people. B ... More >>
A traffic heads-up for tomorrow: Unless you're planning on protesting George W. Bush's move to the '229, you may want to avoid Mockingbird Lane at N. Central Expressway between the hours of 4 and 7 p.m. That's when Code Pink of Greater Dallas is planning on celebrating Inauguration Day by holding a ... More >>
Let's just say Bush gets charged with war crimes. Will Dallas be guilty by association with his library?
Kristof speaks his mind
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal in this dark and dirty winner
Hotel Rwanda finds hope amid the horrors of tribal genocide
Documentary presents a case against Kissinger
Did a business deal with Bell Helicopter doom a resolution to recognize the Armenian genocide?