The growth of the government’s primary enforcement agency is a microcosm of the growth of the federal government.
Monthly Archives For July 2008
Scattered Pictures: Reflections Of An American Muslim is a collection of scholarly essays written by Imam Zaid Shakir on a range of issues confronting Muslims today.
Nazis ripped organs out of live victims after the Olympics. But the Chinese have been harvesting organs from live victims for seven years prior to the Olympics, according to native German Torsten Trey, M.D.
Believe it or not, America not only has not lost its competitive edge in the world, but, in at least one key sector, has achieved an advantage.
In 2001, when Beijing won the fight for the 2008 Olympics, the Chinese government promised that it would guarantee total press freedom. Some argue that China did not keep its promise.
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) hosted a panel last Wednesday to discuss health-related issues ranging from health education to disease treatment and prevention.
The solutions to the energy crisis and relief for unemployment woes can all be found across the pond in Europe, according to a panel at the Center for American Progress.
The Attorney General suggests six ways legislators can adhere to the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the case of Boumediene vs. Bush while maintaining national security.
Robert Conquest recently reflected back on the torrent of illuminating information about the former Soviet Union that has come out since the first edition was published four decades ago.
Senators from both sides of the aisle met earlier this month to advocate reforming long-term healthcare, an aspect of the healthcare debate both congressmen worry is being overlooked this campaign season.