Now that former Clinton-era Treasury Secretary Larry Summers is part of President Obama’s inner circle, you’d think that bygones would be bygones.
Monthly Archives For December 2008
Catholic League president Bill Donohue explains how the anti-Christmas agenda has changed.
Those of you who believe that public education couldn’t get much worse might be interested in comments made by Bill Ayers just two years ago.
Professors generous with their time and ideas frequently concoct policies that U.S. presidents of both parties adopt.
Proponents of school choice typically hail from two groups: free marketers and civil rights advocates. Marquette University professor Howard Fuller hails from the latter persuasion.
With roughly 2,000 political appointments to make, Team Obama has had its hands full. This week, the President-elect concentrated on rounding out his Cabinet, naming his hometown school chief, Chicago’s Arne Duncan, to head the Department of Education.
According to Nicholas Eberstadt, an American Enterprise Institute scholar, journalists and policy makers will likely find that next year’s census report poverty statistics are arbitrary to the true economic state of America’s poorest citizens.
Americans, including elected officials, earn a failing grade when tested on American history and economics.
In a new study sure to capture the Left’s attention, a research team at Johns Hopkins is attempting to persuade policymakers that abortion does not cause emotional distress, despite strong evidence to the contrary.
Nondescript is not what you will consider The Health Care Delivery System : A Blueprint for Reform, a book co-authored by both CAP and the Institute on Medicine as a Profession.