Democrats and Republicans force a law into effect that enables 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia.
This is a first for the 44th president.
But in a first, Congress will overrule him.
It was a chaotic afternoon at the Statehouse in Concord Wednesday as the House voted to override Gov. John Lynch's veto of
"Why do you people constantly flaunt your homosexuality?" the grandmotherly old lady said. "What do you mean 'flaunt?!'" I said, exasperated.
As outrageous as it may sound, heterosexual families will become stronger and stronger as more states follow Iowa's gay marriage ruling.
It's an ugly season in Washington when the keepers of power are actively working to deny heat and medical care to those in need.