Commentary: At the National Tea Party Convention, Andrew Breitbart made an interesting series of remarks about where the persistent liberal victimhood memes come from.
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On August 6 the Heritage Foundation convened a panel to discuss the infamous Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact partitioning Europe between the agents of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.
This July, the Heritage Foundation hosted a talk by Abigail Thernstrom, the author of the newly released book Voting Rights and Wrongs: The Elusive Quest for Racially Fair Elections, to discuss the findings of the book and explore its implications for current Constitutional/political discourse.
This July, in reaction to comments made by President Obama in May, the Center for American Progress (CAP) convened a panel to discuss postsecondary educational attainment entitled “Working Learners.”
Last Thursday, August 6, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) hosted a presentation by resident scholar Andrew Biggs on his paper entitled “The Case for Simplying Social Security Benefits.”
On August 4, Campus Progress, the youth arm of the Center for American Progress (CAP), released a document to its subscribers entitled “A Guide to In-District Lobbying,” which is designed to give young voters tips on how to fight for particular public policy issues.
This July, in the midst of the contentious hearings surrounding Judge Sonia Sotomayor, the Heritage Foundation convened its annual “Scholars and Scribes” panels to discuss the current trends in jurisprudential action employed by the Roberts Court.
This past Tuesday, July 28th, the Heritage Foundation held its weekly Bloggers’ Briefing, playing host to a discussion of Medicare and Medicaid fraud.
As a response to the recently posted review of Kirsten Olson’s book Wounded by School, John Loflin, author of the “Learner’s Bill of Rights” (with which Olson begins the book) recently emailed Accuracy in Media the following message.
his Monday, July 20th, Cato hosted a discussion at Rayburn Office Building intended to discuss a new study by former Congressional Budget Office(CBO) Director June O’Neill.