A report released by the National Strategy Information Center (NSIC) attempts to shift the national security paradigm from nation-state conflict into the realm of “irregular threats,” with the U.S. military conducting three types of missions in weak or failing states around the globe.
One of the crowning ironies of the age, to use a really pretentious phrase, is that the main site of anti-war rallies staged over the past decade—academia—is also the source of American foreign policy in Iraq.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue notes that the 2009 war on Christmas has begun.
With numerous questionable Cabinet appointees, 32 czars (and counting) who do not have to answer to Congress, and scandals involving organizations affiliated with the President (e.g., Acorn), how effective has Obama been at keeping his promise?
Anyone who says the religious right is the only group taking aim at safe schools “czar” Kevin Jennings could not be more wrong.
Some pro-life Catholics are acting shocked that the Vatican warmly greeted the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to President Obama, who is pro-abortion. They don’t seem to understand that the Vatican and Obama agree on most major international issues.
Questioning truth is relatively easy. Defending truth is hard.
Marc Lamont Hill, the far-left hip-hop professor and paid Fox News Channel analyst, has a record in support of cop-killers.
The Obama Administration is giving academics a chance to test their theories. Look out.
This week’s Conservative Bloggers Briefing at the Heritage Foundation highlighted two hot topics: school choice and taxes.