“The Icelandic Meltdown,” by Philipp Bagus and David Howden, published in the August 2009 edition of The Free Market newsletter, takes an in-depth look at Iceland’s current financial crisis.
Monthly Archives For September 2009
According to a recent ad campaign sponsored by American Rights at Work, the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) is all about “letting workers choose to join a union to earn better pay and benefits.”
About three years ago, when antiwar panels and antiwar sloganeering were the order of the day at my college, I predicted such impassioned protests would end—not when American military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan was terminated—but when a Democrat, and preferably one on the social left, became president.
Liberty Counsel successfully cleared Pace High School Principal Frank Lay and Athletic Director Robert Freeman of criminal contempt charges that arose out of a simple blessing of a meal.
Conservative Americans are finally uniting in what appears to be a peaceful revolt against big government.
Heritage Foundation scholars recently received data on the number of police-notified incidents at District of Columbia public schools.
James Pouillon, an avid pro-life protestor, was killed last Friday, September 11th, while protesting outside Michigan’s Owosso High School.
On Constitution Day, September 17, the House of Representatives voted 374-75 on an amendment which would ban all federal funding for ACORN, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.
James Woolsey, Former Director of the CIA, presented insight into the two subjects that invariably define Saudi Arabia, religion and oil.
“Those who oppose missile defense are opposed to freedom,” was U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint’s sentiment at a recent Heritage Foundation forum entitled No Grand Bargain With Russia.