In Al Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth, he assures the public that the “[global warming] debate in the scientific community is over.” The Heartland Institute disagrees.
Monthly Archives For June 2009
Man is the only creature who can believe in the theory of evolution, or who has a motive to believe in it.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented today on the latest amendment to New York State Assemblywoman Margaret Markey’s bill dealing with the sexual abuse of minors.
Critical thinking seems to have eluded the media and academic elites in their mostly gushing reaction to the President’s speech on the Middle East, given in Cairo. Fortunately, the people who really know something about the issues involved are attempting to fill the void.
As President Obama began his Middle East tour on Wednesday, June 3, Israeli and U.S. foreign policy experts expressed skepticism about the new U.S. administration’s proposals, which many believe are simply a rehash of previous failed policies.
With the U.S. unemployment rate hitting a 25-year record high of 9.4 percent in May, economists have expressed pessimism about the future of the economy, but were quick to draw distinctions between the current recession and the Great Depression.<
As President Barack Obama made his debut trip to the Middle East, many in Washington, D.C. were left deliberating on whether his Cairo speech would focus on a lasting solution to the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
We have written of the risks that the intent of donors will be derailed once universities get a hold of the cash. That is a particularly acute concern when the donors are American taxpayers.
Developments on campuses from kindergarten through college help to show the prescience of author M. Stanton Evans’ law of inadequate paranoia: No matter how bad you think things are, when you look into them, you find that they are a lot worse.<
The Judicial Confirmation Network has sent a letter to all Republican Senators concerning the courtesy visits that Judge Sonia Sotomayor will soon be making to their offices.