President Barack Obama is expected to hold summit talks with Russian leaders in July with the hope of “resetting ties” between the U.S. and the former Soviet Union.
Monthly Archives For June 2009
The Obama administration’s auto task force, which is headed by former New York Times journalist Steve Rattner, has been criticized for its lack of experienced members.
The bill by New York State Assemblywoman Margaret Markey that would suspend the statute of limitations for one year for cases of child sexual abuse (victims must be 53 or younger) will not pass this year unless a special session is called and the bill is put to a vote.
At the Hudson Institute recently, two economists and a business reporter discussed ways in which General Motors could avoid turning the lights off on the U.S. Auto Industry.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the news that the Education Committee of the New York City Council has approved two new Muslim holidays, Eid Ul-Fitr and Eid Ul-Adha, to be added to the school calendar.
The White House is joining the ranks of the unapproachable, hindering FRC’s latest protests against Department of Education’s Kevin Jennings.
When education reformers say they have new ideas, look at the vintage of their sources.
In many states, a woman does not need to claim that she has been physically abused in order to receive a restraining order—she can claim emotional abuse or “fear” of physical abuse.
Here’s a hint: it involves new taxes, and the plan’s liberal supporters admit as much.
Last month, assistant Attorney General Christine Varney announced plans by the Obama administration to reinvigorate antitrust policy as a step to solve “cases where monopolists try to use their dominance in the marketplace to stifle competition and harm consumers,” a plan legal critics are warning is on a “collision course” with recent precedent set by the Supreme Court, and by extension, with the constitutional rule of law itself.