According to Gustavo Coronel of Petroleumworld, who spoke at a recent American Enterprise Institute event, Hugo Chavez has had four objectives to define his career as president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
Monthly Archives For February 2009
Public and political attention has turned increasingly toward Afghanistan recently, in light of President Obama’s promises to stem violence in the region.
“Ask God what your grade is.” These are among the words found on a teacher evaluation form stuffed in Jonathan Lopez’ backpack last November following his in-class presentation on God and miracles.
The Hoover Institution’s Shelby Steele reflects on how his childhood view of Abraham Lincoln has evolved over time.
Pajamas TV held a symposium on the stimulus package and health care benefits.
Last week, Charles Darwin would have turned 200. To celebrate the occasion, the Center for American Progress (CAP) hosted a panel of experts to discuss the impact that Darwin has made on society and how to reconcile faith and evolution.
Students at the University of the District of Columbia were furious about the current proposal to increase tuition.
Say it isn’t so. Are a couple of teenage girls about to be kicked out of school for being “too blond?”
It is worth reexamining The Road to Serfdom, originally published in 1944, in light of President Obama’s ascendancy.
In Germany it appears that all work and no play still makes Hans a dull boy. That’s why German IT engineering students at the U. of Potsdam are leaving nothing to chance. Over 400 of them have signed up for a two-week course on the art of flirting.