Since we enacted the PATRIOT Act almost three years ago, there has been tremendous public debate about its breadth and implications on due process and privacy.
Iran is actively pursuing the development of weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles.
It is wrong to say the U.S. should 'not take sides' in the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.
Steroids can seem necessary to compete at the highest levels, and the quick rewards can outweigh the long term consequences to the user's health.
It is wrong to say the U.S. should "not take sides" in the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.
The focus should not be on talking. Talk is cheap. It must be on action.
The atmosphere is different in Congress after September 11. Terrorism is no longer an abstract issue, but a real, tangible threat.
I have said it before but it bears repeating: Aid is not a gift. The United States provides foreign assistance because it serves OUR interests.
American foreign policy has been - and must continue to be - based on unequivocal support for Israel's right to exist and to be free from terror.
How much greater would their contributions to the U.S. economy be if U.S. copyright owners could access foreign markets otherwise dominated by pirate product?
Even before I was a Democrat, I was a Zionist.
Iran has a dismal record on human rights.
Iran has a dismal record on human rights."
I wish to note that intellectual property theft by a government represents the very essence of organized crime.
It is longstanding U.S. policy that we will talk to the Iranians anytime, anywhere, on any subject, with no preconditions. So far, they have not taken us up on our offer.