Articles by Brad Michael Negulescu
You would think that after a much needed two week hiatus from The Carroll News, someone with my superior intellect would come back with another ingenious column. However, I am completely swamped with school work so I will take this opportunity simply to vent about pretty much anything I want. Let’s begin with Christmas shall we? If I can even still call it that.
The short answer – no. Could our healthcare system use some serious tweaking? The answer is absolutely. But how do we make American healthcare better?
The Kurdistan Workers Party, more commonly known as the PKK, killed 12 and injured 16 Turkish troops in terrorist attacks near the mountainous Iraqi boarder last Sunday.
Forty-five-year-old wife and mother Carol Ann Gothaum died in a holding room of the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport after being arrested on charges of disturbing the peace.
Radio personality and strong conservative Rush Limbaugh has become the target of House Democrats for introducing a new resolution urging the House to condemn Limbaugh’s implication that members of the military who question the war in Iraq are “phony soldiers.” The push by Democrats comes after House and Senate Republicans directed some members of the…
Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh is no newcomer to controversy. However, the one he is involved in right now is fabricated. It is an attempt to assassinate his character by twisting and contorting his words to make him something he is not.
Let’s have a little fun and get controversial shall we -- I want to talk conservatism, and how it is OK to be a proud conservative on a college campus.
Tensions have been erupting over the past few weeks over a high school fight in Jena, Louisiana that made its way into court, the conflict over which many argue has put racial turmoil again into the limelight in the United States.
Making his third trip to the United States in as many years, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad touched down in the country amid a wash of controversy.
Former CBS anchorman Dan Rather filed a $70 million lawsuit against his former employer, CBS.
What was expected to be a routine question and answer session after a John Kerry speech, resulted in the tasering and arrest of one University of Florida student.
New York Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is immersed in a financial scandal. Sen. Clinton will return $850,000 in campaign contributions raised by a major fund-raiser who has come under federal investigation on multiple fronts, reports The Wall Street Journal.
The senior American commander in Iraq, General David H. Petraeus, gave his Congressional testimony on September 10 and 11 amongst partisan uproars. He gave an assessment of the security in Iraq and gave his own recommendations that he recently laid out for his chain of command.
Shingo Abe had a difficult and short tenure as Japanese prime minister. Scandal, government mismanagement, and humiliating electoral defeats finally led to Abe’s resignation on Sept. 12, just under a year after taking office.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport will undergo a significant expansion from Continental Airlines. The plans are accompanied by the anticipation of escalating profits, increased transit capacity, and a slew of new jobs that will bolster the Cleveland economy.
We were once united as a nation at war, however now, divisive politics have made this country more polarized than I have ever seen it.
O.J. Simpson was arrested on Sunday and faces multiple charges in an alleged armed robbery of collectors involving the former football great and Hall of Famer’s sports memorabilia.
Iraq insurgents detonated a car bomb with two children still sitting in the back seat last week. The children were used as decoys to get the car through a military checkpoint in Baghdad.
Former Al-Qaeda big-wig Khalid Sheikh Mohammed confessed to planning the September 11 attacks. Aside from the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed also claimed responsibility for the planning, financing and training of others for terrorist attacks ranging from the 1993 attack at the World Trade Center to the attempt by would-be shoe bomber Richard Reid to blow a trans-Atlantic flight with explosives hidden in his shoes.
Illinois Senator Barack Obama officially announced his candidacy for president on Saturday. Obama went to his home state to make the announcement, according to The Associated Press.
President Bush is planning to ask Congress for $14.6 Billion in aid to go to Afghanistan. The primary goal of this money would be to help beef up the Afghan security forces before the annual spring uprising of the Taliban.
Last Friday, numerous tornadoes touched down just north of Orlando, killing dozens of unsuspecting residents in a matter of minutes.