Several regional experts took part in an event at the American Enterprise Institute recently to discuss Latin America’s future challenges in establishing democratic institutions.
Monthly Archives For September 2008
In the recent Senate Hearing, the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs attempted to establish whether the lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina were effectively implemented when Hurricane Gustav and Ike hit this past summer.
What is the incentive to develop new drugs? What should it be?
Academia may have finally gotten one right.
Last week, energy discussions shifted increasingly towards both further conservation and production.
In 2082 the western world will be governed by Sharia law. Author Brigitte Gabriel explains why she thinks that it will.
One author implies that the way photo ops in politics are conveyed in news today is just a hair shy of becoming another pop-culture.
While millions of Americans still believe that he has no executive experience, it turns out that “from 1995 to 1999, he led an education foundation called the Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC)…”
Transgender students at Yale are concerned that the school is not focusing enough time and energy into providing “gender-neutral housing.”
A California appeals court recently revived a case against the state’s colleges for providing preferential in-state tuition to tens-of-thousands of foreign nationals and illegal immigrants.