Accuracy in Media will honor M. Stanton Evans and Karl S. Denninger for their outstanding contributions to journalism in a ceremony taking place during the 2009 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Monthly Archives For February 2009
President Obama recently outlined four areas he would like the new White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships to focus on: poverty, fatherhood, abortion reduction, and interfaith dialogue.
Is your bottled water unsafe? Are you just as well off drinking tap water as bottled water?
As policymakers scramble to develop economic escape routes and bulwarks against future crises, one consideration that should not be neglected is foreign trade.
Catholicism was (almost) John F. Kennedy’s downfall in his campaign for president, according to Shaun Casey of the Wesley Theological Seminary, at a recent Center for American Progress (CAP) event.
Bill Ayer’s reputation may not be so rosy after the time he spent in this year’s election spotlight.
As the world struggles with a financial crisis, leaders have called for a fundamental rethinking of global institutions.
As a nuclear Iran becomes increasingly likely, and North Korea continues to flaunt its missile capabilities, many researchers and thinkers are pressing for more comprehensive measures to prevent the use of missiles already in existence.
Recently there has been a surge in violence and brutal acts committed by drug cartels, causing a national emergency in Mexico. The power of the cartels has allowed them to corrupt governmental institutions and law enforcement agencies at the state and local levels.
The Annual Threat Assessment of the Intelligence Community gave the new Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair his first opportunity to address a senate committee on the “far-reaching impact of the global economic crisis.”