Affirmative Action may come to broadcasting, but will popular commentators be squeezed off the air by a new system of quotas or goals and timetables?
Articles By: Sarah Carlsruh
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke in front of the United Nations General Assembly on September 21st, a fact that brought protestors together in cities across the United States.
Palestinian Hamas leaders flatly refused to allow the United Nations Relief Works Agency (UNRWA) to include references to the Holocaust in a proposed school curriculum change, reported Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) on September 8th.
The U.S. and Britain are in Afghanistan primarily for reasons of national security, said the United Kingdom’s Shadow Secretary of State for Defense, Dr. Liam Fox.
Is global warming killing the polar bears?
According to a recent ad campaign sponsored by American Rights at Work, the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) is all about “letting workers choose to join a union to earn better pay and benefits.”
Conservative Americans are finally uniting in what appears to be a peaceful revolt against big government.
James Woolsey, Former Director of the CIA, presented insight into the two subjects that invariably define Saudi Arabia, religion and oil.
James Pouillon, an avid pro-life protestor, was killed last Friday, September 11th, while protesting outside Michigan’s Owosso High School.
An Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) Seminar was held September 10th, the eve of 9/11, dedicated to those that died that day. Sarah Stern, President of EMET, reminded attendees that, out of the fifteen terrorists involved in the attack, eleven were from Saudi Arabia. T