his Monday, July 20th, Cato hosted a discussion at Rayburn Office Building intended to discuss a new study by former Congressional Budget Office(CBO) Director June O’Neill.
Monthly Archives For July 2009
By one recent count, President Obama has now appointed 34 “czars” to manage a host of projects. One of the most troubling of these is the new
White House science czar, Dr. John Holdren.
Homeland Security expert describes what really goes on at the infamous detention agency.
Canada is frequently referenced as a shining example of a government-run health care system.
Some in Washington view Obama’s efforts to revamp the health care sector as yet another example of the government interfering in the affairs of its citizens.
Conservative columnist Bob Parks, in his Black-and-Right column, offers a different perspective on a national story that is more local to him.
We have written about film studies and English professors who come up with novel theories about cinematic masterpieces without bothering to check the archived papers of the directors, writers and producers of those films to see if their hypotheses were the filmmakers’ original intentions.
Ever wonder what Constitutional law will look like in 2020? While President Obama’s nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court raises the question of just how much judicial activism the administration intends to foster, writings from some of his nominees also demonstrate how the President prefers progressive jurisprudence.
Since President Obama announced his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, the media has hailed the Puerto Rican federal court of appeals judge as a role-model for women and Hispanics. News coverage by the major networks has mainly focused on Sotomayor’s “inspiring” rags-to-riches upbringing and her “politically moderate” judicial record.
Stephen Meyer’s book, Signature in the Cell does not attempt to unravel the age-old mystery of the origin of life.