One of the most iconic photos to emerge from Monday's tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon is that of a man in a cowboy hat, rushing a victim who has had his legs blown off to safety.
The man in the cowboy hat is Carlos Arredondo. He is an anti-war activist who was at the race to honor his dead s ... More >>
For this week's cover story, New Times tagged along with a group of combat-wounded veterans on an alligator hunt in a Florida swamp. All the men were Purple Heart recipients injured while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. To gain perspective on their lives after the war, here are a few sa ... More >>
Get a load of this. Congressional candidate Allen West has released a four-minute video documentary that makes his brutal interrogation of an Iraqi detainee look like a self-less, courageous act that cost a good soldier his career.For the propaganda-free account of the same incident, check out this ... More >>
lemieux.senate.govGeorge LeMieuxIn Washington, D.C., the St. Petersburg Times politics blog Buzz button-holed Sen. George LeMieux, who's holding that seat for his benefactor, Charlie Crist. Here's what LeMieux had to say about young, handsome, impeccably conservative Marco Rubio, who's been hamme ... More >>
Trevor Keezor broke his company's rules. He was warned several times. Then he was fired. That should probably be the end of the story. But Mr. Keezor sees himself as a martyr, a spokesperson for Christians everywhere who aren't allowed to write their own dress code policies and demand they still ge ... More >>
Democrats unveiled the anti-Rush Limbaugh traveling billboard in West Palm Beach yesterday, showing that party leaders never learned that you're supposed to ignore a bully to make him go away.The billboard, plastered on the side of a truck, reads: "Americans didn't vote for a Rush to failure." As so ... More >>
www.army.milWe all know how well it worked out when MoveOn.org took out an ad in the New York Times in 2007 calling General Petraeus "General Betray Us." (President Bush called the ad "disgusting," polls indicated a majority of America found it distasteful, and the Senate even passed a resolution to ... More >>