A new report released by Grover Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) reveals that American political nepotism extends not just through the executive branch, but throughout Congress.
Articles By: Bethany Stotts
The premiere of It’s Still Elementary, a retrospective documentary featuring the public’s response to the controversial 1996 It’s Elementary film on homosexual discussions in Elementary School classrooms, was hosted by the NEA.
Diplomacy has already begun to take center stage in Iraq, and Colonel McGinley offers practical solutions for an effective transition.
Offense is a “psychological construct,” argues University of Nevada-Reno Adjunct Professor William O’Donohue.
West Virginia University Professor Daniel Shapiro questions the benefits of universal healthcare.
The events at the University of Delaware follow a common trend among academic institutions, and—despite their shocking nature—fail to surprise those familiar with university-sponsored politically-correct mantras.
Blogging has increased dramatically over the last few years, marked by a proportionate increase in lawsuits.
If Congress follows the advice of the Commerce Committee’s carefully selected witnesses, a comprehensive reform agenda could soon sweep all areas of broadcast media.
A partisanship check of the Harvard Institute of Politics’ Resident and Visiting Fellows reveals 62 Democratic Fellows and 31 Republican Fellows.
American antipathy toward trade has been growing rapidly. However, world-renowned economist Jagdish Bhagwati argues that American free trade phobia is unjustified.