AJC: On Monday, December 7th—Iran’s national Student Day—thousands of students at Universities across Iran commemorated the 1953 murder of three student protestors of monarch Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
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AJC: Right now, leaders from around the world are meeting in Copenhagen for the United Nations Climate Summit to discuss how to solve this pesky problem of rising global temperatures.
“The unemployment rate is 10 percent but businesses are struggling to fill 2.6 million jobs because applicants lack required skills” observed a December 12th Politico article.
AJC: On Sunday, December 6th, President Barack Obama paid a visit to Senators on Capitol Hill to urge them to pass health care reform. Senate leaders are working to rally 60 supporting votes to get this bill passed.
AJC: The scenario of World War Three with thousands of nuclear weapons flying across the globe in both directions and tens of billions of people killed, that really has disappeared,” asserted former National Intelligence Council (NIC) chairman Fritz Ermarth at the Heritage Foundation on December 1st. Yet, that does not mean that the threat of nuclear weapons has vanished.
AJC: More than 1,000 emails and 3,000 data files from University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit (CRU) recently exposed a global warming deception.
AJC: On November 24th, members of the Chamber of Commerce, the largest business federation, spoke at the Heritage Foundation’s conservative Blogger’s Briefing in defense of the interests of their more than three million organizations and businesses.
AJC: Iran has a history of bullying its own people and the international community, an attitude exemplified today under the tight-fisted rule of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
AJC: Today, there are “far too many people saying ‘let’s move beyond Reagan,’” lamented Steve Hayward, author of The Age of Reagan and keynote speaker at Accuracy in Academia’s November 5th Author’s Night.
AJC: What do media have to do with Homeland Security? A November 13th forum at the Heritage Foundation addressed this issue, with panelists explaining how the media shapes American and global perceptions of domestic security issues.