Representative John Boehner (R-Ohio) believes that the solutions to our nation’s energy crisis can be found right here at home.
Monthly Archives For July 2008
In a study documenting the total number of federal crimes within United States law, researchers have found that there has been a major increase in the definition of such offenses since the founding of the nation in 1776.
Liberals accept cheating on taxes, cheating on their spouses and lying for their own self interests, Peter Schweizer, author of Makers and Takers, said at the Heritage Foundation.
Falun Gong practitioners met on Friday, July 18th, near the Washington Monument to protest Communist China’s treatment of the peaceful religious sect.
Senator Jim Demint (R-SC) said that unwed pregnant women should not be schoolteachers, and the media accused him of intolerance.
The Center for American Progress recently held a panel pushing for the implementation of and lauding the benefits of expanded learning time (ELT) programs in schools nationwide.
On July 15, Catholic League president Bill Donohue called attention to the way Professor Paul Z. Myers of the University of Minnesota treats Catholicism and Islam: the biologist’s pledge to desecrate the Eucharist contrasts starkly with the deference he has shown to Islam.
Although their positions on issues may look indistinct to many voters right now, policy analysts are finding key distinctions between the two major political parties’ presidential candidates this year.
San Jose City College launched an investigation into a professor’s comments on the origins of homosexuality and and fired her in spite of its policies guaranteeing academic freedom.
Afghanistan’s most volatile area is its porous northeastern border with Pakistan because the mountainous terrain prohibits enforcement of a secure border between the two countries.