Articles by Milligan, Susan
American has rid the world stage of its worst player. That is a reason to lead, not to control.
The president was a humble and strong commander in chief through his impressive victory in Osama bin Laden's death.
That Obama felt he had to release his birth certificate is a sorry comment on the state of politics and the media.
Lawmakers have been holding town hall meetings to discuss the future of the program.
When Republican candidates start to offer something positive, that's when Democrats should be worried.
While unemployment inches down at a painfully slow rate, one financially secure job remains: failed corporate executive.
Revolutionary movements happen because people show up.
Has anyone polled men on whether they envy Prince William for marrying the educated, lovely, and elegant Kate Middleton?
Every society needs a court jester, but the court jester is not supposed to rise to the level of king.
Entitlement reform should attack wealthy people's sense of entitlement, not Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security.