The new book, Spies, The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America by John Earl Haynes, Harvey Klehr, and Alexander Vassiliev (Yale University Press, New Haven & London, 2009) provides us with valuable new information about how the KGB penetrated the United States government in the 1930s and 40s.
The conservative pundits seeking to accumulate intellectual bona fides by aping the intelligentsia’s call to “forget Ronald Reagan” only succeed in proving themselves to be as vacuous as the allegedly educated elite.
In Tara Ross and Joseph C. Smith Junior’s book Under God: George Washington and the Question of Church and State they discuss George Washington’s view of religion and how it played a role in church and state.
It takes a book like Living Constitution, Dying Faith: Progressivism and the New Science of Jurisprudence by Bradley C. S. Watson, to put the current progressive mindset into perspective.
While the risks of continuing to live our current lifestyle have been sung from the rooftops and beaten into the minds of citizens for years now, few have grasped the risks associated with the growing fervor of the green movement.
It is interesting that the very people who urge you to “speak truth to power” get annoyed when you actually do.
A pair of doctors diagnose the hook-up culture.
On March 4, Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of News Corporation, received a human relations award from the American Jewish Committee (AJC) and gave a speech denouncing growing anti-Semitism.
At a Heritage event, political scientist and legal historian Bradley C.S. Watson discussed how the contemporary embrace of the living Constitution has arisen from the radical transformation of American political thought.
Hugo Chavez is the president of Venezuela, but, as Michael Rowan, author of The Threat Closer to Home, asserted a recent Heritage Foundation event, “Venezuela is not a democracy… Chavez controls the voter rolls, the electronic voting machines…”