While he did not equate the current ethics of modern medicine to that of Nazi Germany, at a recent forum, an M.D. did imply that there is an “amoral component” headed in that direction.
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The H1N1 virus, the “swine” flu, is an increasing concern with flu season here.
Jeremy Rabkin, Professor of Law at George Mason University addressed the topic, “Are we outsourcing the U. S. Constitution?,” at an Accuracy in Academia Constitution Day author’s night on September 17th.
Bertha Lewis, CEO of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), spoke at a press conference at the National Press Building on October 6th. When asked if this was meant to be an “apology tour” for the recent YouTube video scandal and voter fraud allegations, Lewis replied that it is a “set-the-record-straight tour.”
The House Republican Policy Committee invited top economists to its Summit on the Economy and Unemployment on September 30th to address the question on so many Americans minds: What went wrong with the economy?
David Goldhill, owner of the Game Show Network, discussed his Atlantic article, “How American Health Care Killed My Father,” on October 2nd at an event hosted by the Cato Institute.
In honor of the Supreme Court opening its October 2009 term, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) hosted a panel of law experts on October 2nd to discuss the court’s key, upcoming business cases.
The Case for Withdrawal from Afghanistan was held at the Cato Institute on September 25th, soon before the October 7th eight-year anniversary of the war in Afghanistan.
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) hosted a conference on September 25th on the mental health of soldiers, specifically the issue of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
This week’s Conservative Bloggers Briefing at the Heritage Foundation highlighted two hot topics: school choice and taxes.