Tim Phillips, President of Americans For Prosperity, recently spoke at The Heritage Foundation, indicating the great optimism and encouragement about the health care front which conservatives haven’t felt for months.
Monthly Archives For August 2009
This July, the Heritage Foundation hosted a talk by Abigail Thernstrom, the author of the newly released book Voting Rights and Wrongs: The Elusive Quest for Racially Fair Elections, to discuss the findings of the book and explore its implications for current Constitutional/political discourse.
The very first job I had in my life after the completion of my Masters Degree in Islamic Studies from Karachi University in Pakistan was to teach Islamic Studies to grade 7 students in a private Convent school. Later on, I had the opportunity of teaching Islamiyat to grade 9 & 10 students in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
If former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales thought the brouhaha surrounding his public life would subside once he entered private life, he was sadly mistaken
More Catholic history that you will not find in most Catholic schools.
If you think your job is difficult, try being a school mascot, and standing around dressed as a cedar tree for a few hours.
College students staying up nights worried about the future should check out the findings at PayScale.com.
Today’s college grads have a tough road ahead, and at least one jobless grad has decided to place the blame exactly where she thinks it belongs.
Professors might want to watch their own “professional image” online, especially if their Twitter feed is posted to their University website.
A new dorm room policy allowing male and female students to share the same dorm room is gradually becoming more accepted on our nation’s campuses.