The U.S. needs to take China seriously not only as a potential military threat, but as a threat to our influence in Southeast Asia, argues a National War College professor.
Monthly Archives For July 2008
Accuracy in Academia will feature Troy University professor Chris Warden, author of the forthcoming Voodoo Anyone? Economics for Journalists, which AIA is publishing, in a special book forum at the National Press Club on July 30.
When gas prices are at record highs and American families are feeling the economic pinch, Congress may just decide to boost gas prices even higher. Their reason will be to save jobs.
Several organizations gathered last Friday, July 18, to discuss how domestic violence and marriage programs are working together in a common direction and toward common goals.
Al Gore has a challenge for Americans: produce 100 percent of the nation’s electricity with alternative energy within ten years.
The Chancellor of the University of Minnesota, Morris (UMN) released a statement today placing the intentional desecration of the Eucharist by Professor Paul Z. Myers under the label of academic freedom.
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger once said, “Ninety percent of the politicians give the other ten percent a bad reputation.” U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann, R-Minn, might be in that put-upon tenth.
Much of the financial assistance donated by other countries toward the betterment of Pakistan’s health and population sectors is not being utilized efficiently, according to Dr. Samia Altaf.
The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (U.S. Helsinki Commission) held a congressional hearing last week to revisit Guantanamo policies in the wake of Boumediene v. Bush, a recent Supreme Court decision that extends habeas corpus rights to detainees in Guantanamo Bay.
University of Minnesota professor Paul Z. Myers made good on his pledge to desecrate the Eucharist today.