Articles by Elisha Maldonado

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When a Cigar is Just a Cigar: A Woman in a Man's World

I am the only woman in the establishment and yet I barely notice, so at home do I feel. I've just perched myself in one of the lounge's lion-armed chairs, newspaper in hand, when, from across the room, a man bellows, Rocky Patel; toro; 1992; a Nicaraguan blend. I used to like those. Good smoke.

NATO Postpones Decision to End Libya Mission; NTC Urges Stay Until Year's End

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has put off making a final decision on whether it will end its military presence in Libya as discussions continued Wednesday with the United Nations and the country's interim government over how and when it to wind down the operation, The Associated Press reported.

Perry Economic Plan Proposes 20% Flat Tax

Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry rolled out his economic plan Monday, and it calls for allowing Americans to choose between their existing income tax rate and a new flat tax rate of 20 percent.

Gadhafi Dead: When It Comes to Removing Tyrants, Obama Is 2-0

When Libyan Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril announced Moammar Gadhafi's death Thursday, he began with the words: We have been waiting for this moment for a long time. That must have made many in Libya and in the U.S. feel very good: it never hurts to be reminded that justice exists.

Rick Perry to Unveil Flat Tax Proposal

In an attempt to further distance himself from his rival, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said he will soon lay out details of his flat tax plan.

Who Won the Debate? Sarah Palin Says Newt Gingrich

While GOP presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Perry shed their poker faces, openly duking it out over immigration, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she thought Newt Gingrich went home as victor of the CNN Western Republican Presidential Debate in Las Vegas Tuesday night