In our bid to win the USA Today award for best investigative paragraph, we offer up some news items that run about that long.*
Monthly Archives For April 2009
While the risks of continuing to live our current lifestyle have been sung from the rooftops and beaten into the minds of citizens for years now, few have grasped the risks associated with the growing fervor of the green movement.
“Truth is a powerful tool,” Rebecca Hagelin says in her book 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family.
If there is one truism among policy makers and academics it is that the U.S. health-care system is broken. But for scholars speaking at a symposium hosted by Susquehanna University, the answer to these problems was clear: universal coverage.
“While some are prepared to write the obituary on capitalism and our movement, I believe we are on the brink of a great American awakening,” said Representative Mike Pence (R-Ind.) at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
April 13th was the National Crisis Pregnancy Center Protest Day, an initiative designed by the Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF).
In a report posted on enjoybottledwater.org, Angela Logomasini, Ph.D. states, “Bottled water regulation is at least as stringent as tap water regulation.
It is interesting that the very people who urge you to “speak truth to power” get annoyed when you actually do.
Despite international warnings, North Korea conducted a long-range missile test on April 4th, supposedly intending to launch a communications satellite into orbit.
In China there is a serious divide between those that live in urban areas and those that live in rural areas, according to a study by the Rural Development Institute.