As America’s $117 billion war in Afghanistan enters into its sixteenth year—the longest war in U.S. history—conflict casualties have hit an all-time high, calling into question the U.S. strategy in the war torn country, where Taliban terrorists still control a third of the nation and corruption runs rampant.
The campaign committee of former Rep. Corrine Brown (D., Fla.), who is currently on trial for corruption charges, spent thousands on hotels and small travel expenses after Brown was defeated in the Democratic primary last year.
This is a hard one to get off my chest. For years I have manfully resisted disclosure. My mind told me no, but my ears said, “Sixpence None the Richer are better than Sonic Youth.” I don’t think there is a more charming piece of music recorded in the decade of my birth than “Kiss Me.”