Americans, including elected officials, earn a failing grade when tested on American history and economics.
Articles By: Jesse Masai
Nondescript is not what you will consider The Health Care Delivery System : A Blueprint for Reform, a book co-authored by both CAP and the Institute on Medicine as a Profession.
The health of democracy within the tiny nation of Taiwan came under scrutiny at the Heritage Foundation recently.
The conservative cause may well have taken a beating at the polls last month, but it certainly is not and cannot be dead.
A lie here, a lie there, and yet some other lie elsewhere. Now, though, author Michael Medved has put them all together in a ten-point summary in his new book.
Two weeks after the elections, Weather Underground veteran Bill Ayers has taken to the lecture circuit
Moderating, PBS’ Kim Lawton asked for clarity on the role faith and religion had played in the quest for the White House, what impact it had on voters and what the results may mean for the future of the role of faith in American politics.
Americans who do not believe in God have decided it’s time to give President-elect Barack Obama his first memo: the Department of Defense ought not speak for God.
He survived the cruelties of Communism in Cambodia and later emerged to be one of the most influential opinion-leaders in modern America.
America’s global dominance has found its basis in economic supremacy and both could be ending in light of on-going domestic and international economic difficulties.