Ros-Lehtinen speaks for many Americans.
Congress needs to find out why, despite repeated requests for more security, courageous individuals were left defenseless in Benghazi.
The people responsible for that outcome need to be held accountable.
A survey of 2,000 children at the Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City shopping centers in London found that the No. 1 wish of children was for a baby brother or sister.
But No. 10 on the Christmas wish list was disturbing: Dad.
No. 23 on the list? Mum.
That reflects a society in which half the children are raised by a single parent. The statistics are roughly the same in the United States.
To an adult, a person may merely be their baby daddy or baby mommy.
But to the child, that person is Daddy or Mommy. All the presents in the world -- no matter how expensive -- cannot erase that fact.
Let us make a better effort next year to give children what they really want for Christmas for their sake -- and our own.
SEAN Trende, the numbers cruncher for Real Clear Politics, has some bad news for West Virginia:
If population trends in 2012 hold up for another eight years, West Virginia will lose another congressional seat.
That would drop the state to just two members of Congress. Since West Virginia was granted statehood on June 20, 1863, it has never had fewer than three congressmen.
But there is hope. The projection has West Virginia falling just a few thousand residents shy of maintaining three congressional seats.
That should put pressure on the Legislature to continue to enact legislation that will bring jobs -- and families -- to the state.