Although the Endangered Species Act of 1973, signed by Republican U.S. President Richard Nixon, was intended to save thousands of plants and animal species, only a handful have been saved, but at an enormous human cost.
Monthly Archives For May 2008
The proportion of registered voters who actually vote is more than two-thirds, not the slightly-over-half voter turnout about which we are endlessly told.
If you think that the globe is not getting warmer, you could be closer to the inconvenient truth than most academic and media elites.
With political fragmentation at home and distrust abroad, how can Americans successfully advocate for themselves?
While some second and third graders in South Hayward California may not know a noun from a verb, many of them, with school garden projects, know the difference between spinach and bok choy.
A couple of professors from the University of Chicago think they have found a way out of what they see as a national impasse over state marriage laws.
Are young American voters becoming increasingly progressive? That’s what Campus Progress, a liberal activist group, is arging in their newest study.
As the title of his book indicates, it is big-name Democrats Horowitz primarily takes to task for setbacks in the war on terror.
Professor Gelernter views World War II as a faceoff between pagan state cults in Germany, Russia, and Japan and the two “Christian” nations of Britain and the United States.
Although they portray themselves as more religious and fraternal than political, the Muslim Students Association is frequently so politicized that in days of yore it might be called subversive.