Congressman Tom Price (R-GA), who represents the “happiest district in the nation” according to a recent study, expressed his regrets that his district “is not happy about what’s going on here in Washington right now.”
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Economist Paul Krugman explains one of today’s more pressing social and economic concerns—a growing income inequality—through his understanding of the Great Depression and the culture and politics it produced.
The only other event in our nation’s history to which policymakers and pundits have found it appropriate to compare the current economic crisis is the Great Depression.
When President Obama’s economic stimulus bill was signed into law, it included $1.1 billion for “comparative-effectiveness research.”
Harvard University’s 2008 Theodore H. White Lecture on Press and Politics was not about the press, and it was only about politics generally. It was about race.
As Iran continues to pursue nuclear capabilities and its aggression toward the West shows no sign of slacking, many expect the Obama administration to intensify its diplomacy with Iran in the coming months.
In order to spark ideas among young conservatives working at the grassroots level, CPAC hosted a panel entitled “Two-Minute Activist.”
Those we trust to nourish our children’s minds and teach them to think are falling victim to “the new stupid” according to Frederick M. Hess of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI).
Earlier this month Vice President Joseph Biden said that the time has come to “press the reset button” on U.S.-Russia relations.
As policymakers scramble to develop economic escape routes and bulwarks against future crises, one consideration that should not be neglected is foreign trade.