As students, alumni and faculty members call on Yale to rename a residential college named for the white supremacist John C. Calhoun, the university weighs whether to expunge such displays of its history.
Rick Perry’s second presidential bid lasted a little more than three months, and while he never reclaimed the top-tier status that he briefly held four years ago, the former Texas governor did have his moments.
Hillary Rodham Clinton compared Republican presidential candidates to terrorist groups when it comes to their views on women, arguing that their “extreme” positions are not right for 21st-century America.
“And Brownie, you’re doing a heckuva job." Former FEMA chief Michael Brown writes in Politico that he is still haunted by those words uttered by George W. Bush during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Mike Green's insight:
Yes it was his fault because of his inadequate planning
Liberals' have pocketed a string of victories on gay marriage and health care reform this year, but a new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds a large majority of Americans are unhappy with where the nation is headed on social issues.
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