Breast cancer ... not worth debating?

It is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. President Obama proclaimed it so on October 1, 2012. For added emphasis, the North Portico of the White House was illuminated pink for one evening. Basking in a ubiquitous pink glow, America’s most famous house reconfirms the power of the organization that bears the name of Nancy Brinker’s dead sister, Susan G. Komen, to deliver what Brinker once described as “conventional messages in unconventional ways in unexpected environments.” Given this logic, perhaps the presidential debate was “too conventional” a venue to raise the question of breast cancer. On top of that, there was that whole issue of the altitude in Denver ...more

Romney Slays Obama, Owns First Debate

From minute one, former Gov. Mitt Romney owned the first of three presidential election debates against the sitting President Barack Obama.That being said, Romney cannot afford to get overconfident in his skills or else, he'll lose Round Two....more
The biggest lie of the night for the debate slayer . . . Pre-existing conditions under is not ...more