According to uniformed visitors there, Iraq is in better shape than we have been lead to believe.
Monthly Archives For August 2008
To Set the Record Straight: How Swift Boat Veterans, POWs and the New Media Defeated John Kerry offers a chilling insight into the media manipulation of the Vietnam War and the records involving U.S. Senator John Kerry’s experience with the communist-backed protest organization Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW).
There is a small contingent that claims the next eight years will be strikingly similar to the last.
Well, it depends on who you ask. According to Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, the Son of God and Author of life would be in favor of suctioning viable babies from their mothers’ wombs and killing them.
The policy of deterrence needs to be eliminated as the guiding interest in American defense policy, argues Dr. Keith B. Payne.
While millions of people gathered in Beijing to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics, protestors met outside of Chinese embassies in Washington D.C., London, Madrid, Paris, Stockholm, Rome, Berlin, Lausanne, and Ottawa to call attention to China’s gross violations of basic human rights.
The new College Affordability Act vastly expands federal student aid while failing to acknowledge or alleviate the undeniable link between increasing student aid and rising tuition costs.
The Bretz case of the 1920s and the Sternberg case today demonstrate that the scientific community can be just as dogmatic as the religious one. Neither science nor religion has a monopoly on truth.
With the British Conservative Party poised for a thunderous victory in the next general election, the future appears bright for increased cooperation between the United States and Great Britain in the War on Terror, according to a Heritage Foundation panel.
At the left-wing blog, ConWebWatch, dedicated to “monitoring” conservative news websites, Terry Krepel has doggedly been criticizing Accuracy in Media.