Goodling received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1995 from Messiah College, a Christian college which requires all students to sign a covenant affirming belief in God and the Bible. She received her J.D. from Regent University Law School, an evangelical institution founded by Pat Robertson, in 1999.
On May 7, 2007, National Journal's Inside Washington column reported that it was Monica Goodling who ordered drapes to be placed over the partially nude Art Deco statues (Spirit of Justice) in the Justice Department's Great Hall during Ashcroft's tenure as Attorney General.
No Photos Allowed After Iraqi Blasts Police fired warning shots in the air at the scene of a double bombing Tuesday, enforcing an order banning news photographers and TV camera operators from filming the aftermath of deadly bombings.
Soldiers blocked from accessing MySpace, YouTube Memos about the change went out in February, and it took effect last week. It does not affect the Internet cafes that soldiers in Iraq use that are not connected to the Defense Department’s network.
Al-Qaida group says it has 3 U.S. troops The Islamic State in Iraq, an al-Qaida front group, said it had captured several soldiers in the attack, but offered no proof to back up its claim, posted on an Islamic Web site.
Attack kills 5 troops in Iraq, 3 missing The incident occurred in a semi-rural area about 20 miles southwest of Baghdad at 4:44 a.m. According to the military statement, U.S. troops in the area heard a loud blast. An aerial search was launched to find the source of the blast and spotted burning wreckage of two vehicles. Five bodies were found by a military team dispatched to the scene.
Romney is the fifth Mormon to seek the White House. His father, former Michigan governor George Romney, ran in 1968 and the church's founder, Joseph Smith, was shot to death by a mob during his 1844 presidential campaign. Death of Joseph Smith, Jr. - Wikipedia
Violence mars once calm oasis in Baghdad Previously calm areas are still vulnerable to violence despite the flood of U.S.-Iraqi forces onto Baghdad's streets since February. The development also points to a troubling numbers game for Washington: whether plans for an additional 30,000 troops are even enough to cover the city of 6 million people and surrounding areas.
UK Commander:Insurgents 'right to take on US' As Lord Chatham said, when he was speaking on the British presence in North America, he said 'if I was an American, as I am an Englishman, as long as one Englishman remained on American native soil, I would never, never, never lay down my arms'.