Anticipating unprecedented victories in the United States, gay rights groups in America are raising their profile at home and abroad.
Monthly Archives For July 2008
Against the patriotic backdrop of the Washington Monument, some tourists were uncomfortable with Amnesty International’s GITMO replica.
Studies on the astounding degree of neglect for essential reportorial practices remains valid. I could see this trend with a vengeance as an intern in the Senate press gallery a quarter century ago.
Illegal or legal, Mark Krikorian fears the effects drastic immigration rates are having, both on legal citizens and the immigrants themselves.
In reality, the ACLU bears a closer resemblance to the insulated plutocrats it inveighs against than it does to any underdog that you can think of.
Stanford’s account of Dr. Schatzberg’s arm’s-length role in Stanford’s NIH-supported studies of RU 486 (mifepristone) for depression is questionable, if not disingenuous.
An AP story about the growing number of states walking away from federal abstinence funding is being hailed by some as a death knell for the abstinence movement.
Same-sex marriage isn’t the only pro-gay policy making waves in California. Now school districts with bullying problems are forming alliances with gay rights organizations, often at the behest of the American Civil Liberties Union.
One expert argues that more foreigners than U.S. students are graduating with degrees in technology from U.S. colleges, and this could endanger our competitiveness worldwide.
The August/September edition of Reason, a libertarian publication dedicated to Free Minds and Free Markets, ranks the 35 “worst nanny-state cities in America.”