As pundits everywhere Monday-morning-quarterback the presidential election, the pre-game analysis of at least one analyst gives a startlingly accurate picture of what came to pass.
Monthly Archives For November 2008
The American Enterprise Institute hosted its annual review of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2007-2008 October term recently, discussing the regulatory framework of prime business cases, which make up the bulk of the Court’s civil lawsuits.
Tom Loveless presented information as to what might be causing the advanced eighth-grade algebra students to fall below national proficiency standards.
America’s global dominance has found its basis in economic supremacy and both could be ending in light of on-going domestic and international economic difficulties.
One representative from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services said that despite having the option of a low government-formulated plan, Medicare recipients are willing to pay more for better benefits.
As the presidential race tightens, the possibility of another Bush v. Gore increases.
In this year’s vice-presidential debate, millions of Americans got to see U. S. Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., explain what he is looking for in a Supreme Court Justice.
Author/teacher Paul Kengor reported that the reason that Barack Obama’s radical ties do not resonate with young voters is that “the history and truth about communism is not taught by our educators.”
With the 2008 Presidential Election drawing near to a close, political think tanks are proposing new election laws to deter election fraud and to prepare the state and federal governments in guiding an election during a time of catastrophe.
With the multitude of freedoms that college students are exposed to in college, one thing they never get enough of is sleep.