On September 22, 2009, freshman congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) took the stage at the Heritage Foundation’s Conservative Bloggers Briefing and showed the crowd how to win friends and influence people all the way to Congress—all the while spending under one hundred thousand dollars
Monthly Archives For September 2009
Health Care Industry leaders are bent on transforming America’s doctor’s offices but vague on what will happen to folks in the lobby. On September 3, 2009, a panel discussed their expectations for the next 100 days of the debate.
Robert Rector said at the September 22, 2009 Conservative Bloggers Briefing that while some blame military expenses for bankrupting the United States, 2.5 times more money has been spent on the “war on poverty” than has been spent on the military in all of United States history.
At a time when the United States needs to focus on economic growth, “cap-and-trade” legislation proposed by Congressional Democrats has the potential to stifle job creation and unduly burden American businesses.
Students today can sometimes go to high school and college simultaneously—but what happens when it’s over?
This July, President Barack Obama called for America to “once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world” by 2020.
His background shows why Columbia would lure hime away from Temple, but why would the “fair and balanced” network want him?
Other issues may have taken a backseat to health care this summer, but now that the kids are back in school, parents have another subject on the brain—education.
Sallie James of the Cato Institute’s Center for Trade Policy Studies examines climate change’s effect on international trade in her recent article, A Harsh Climate for Trade: How Climate Change Proposals Threaten Global Commerce.
The distance between Left and Right in America seems greater now than at any time during the past forty years, and we are waging a fierce debate over the size, scope, and role of government in our lives.