Although conservatives generally embrace the original intent of the U.S. Constitution, while liberals see it as a living document, one legal scholar points out that a liberal read of the document constrains both left and right, while an interpretive one lends itself to exploitation by such political factions.
Monthly Archives For September 2008
As the race for the White House punches into overdrive, a critical factor in choosing the next president has seemingly been forgotten—federal court appointments.
America is on the verge of having “the largest municipal bankruptcy ever,” argue panelists at the American Enterprise Institute.
Several state reps and policy fellows argue that going green provides schoolchildren with more than just environmental benefits.
There is no such thing as “free quality education” because the financial burden of that education must either be placed on the taxpayer or fulfilled through private sources such as tuition dollars.
Michael Chertoff admits that three and a half years after Hurricane Katrina, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) he heads still falls short from protecting the American national structures from natural disasters.
Despite experts’ efforts to find conventional and affordable ways to raise livestock, to grow healthy vegetation, while protecting the environment still remains a major problem in the 21st century.
Does everyone need a college education? According to Charles Murray, “No, too many people are going to college.”
Troy University professor Christopher T. Warden, the author of an upcoming textbook that Accuracy in Academia is publishing, explains why college tuitions are so high. Hint: It’s not because of a lack of government funding
Troy University professor Christopher T. Warden, the author of an upcoming textbook that Accuracy in Academia is publishing, explains why college tuitions are so high. Hint: It’s not because of a lack of government funding.