The health of democracy within the tiny nation of Taiwan came under scrutiny at the Heritage Foundation recently.
Monthly Archives For December 2008
Some poverty experts focus almost exclusively on dramatic declines in TANF enrollment, even though welfare recipiency rates, as defined by the Department of Health and Human Services, remain level.
Here is a sample of how diversity is being celebrated this December.
The conservative cause may well have taken a beating at the polls last month, but it certainly is not and cannot be dead.
A lie here, a lie there, and yet some other lie elsewhere. Now, though, author Michael Medved has put them all together in a ten-point summary in his new book.
A new study shows that America has become indifferent to personal ethics.
The U.S. Capitol unveiled what one congressman has called a “$600 million godless pit,” a palatial underground visitors’ center which is at the heart of an ongoing debate over the place of America’s religious heritage in the nation’s capital.
In the wake of November’s historic election, at least one professor is discovering an impulse not widely acted upon in academia—the patriotic one.
For decades the world has known of the blatant violations of human rights by the Red Chinese and Vietnamese governments.
Josiah Fisk has spent the past 11 years converting “business speech” into plain jargon.