In a book called The Race to the White House that was published following the discussions, four distinguished professionals discuss the personalities of the candidates and the importance of the race for Democrats.
Monthly Archives For February 2009
Bills have been introduced in both houses of the Maryland legislature that would amend the current law that allows alleged victims of child sexual abuse to file civil suit against the offender up until the age of 25.
The Russian invasion of Georgia was a wakeup call to policy makers across the United States, Europe and Central Asia.
Responding to a request given by President Obama for involvement, the House Republicans came up with the House Republican Economic Recovery Plan. It is their alternative to the stimulus package.
When word surfaced at the U. of Chicago that a new institute would be named in honor of Dr. Milton Friedman, it sparked some controversial opinions.
How you can tell if the country is still in a recession? Here are some clues.
Apparently President Obama’s success may not only raise human spirits but students’ grade point averages as well.
While today’s teaching methods have certainly not improved students’ standardized test scores, tomorrow’s students may shock and surprise everyone with their knowledge about the politics of obesity.
If students’ heads are being filled with mush these days, there’s a reason. In fact, there are many.
Academics pride themselves on dreaming up the cutting edge ideas that govern us. That might not be a good thing.