Until now, precious little information has come to light about President Obama’s youthful political views. That may change as disclosures by former political science professor Dr. John C. Drew eventually surface in the mainstream press.
Monthly Archives For February 2010
Following Judge M. Casey Rodgers’ ruling late Friday evening, which denied the request for intervention by Christian Educators Association International (CEAI), Liberty Counsel will file a direct lawsuit against the Santa Rosa School District.
The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’
A school district in suburban Philadelphia gave out MacBook laptops to “all high school students” which contained a security feature allowing the school to remotely activate the laptops’ webcams, Lower Merion School District Superintendent Dr. Christopher McGinley admitted yesterday.
Employers may have “shed,” as the Washington Post put it, 20,000 jobs in January alone but, fear not, the “green economy” will replace a fraction of them, with universities poised to make the delivery.
A generation or two weaned on such public school textbooks as Heather Has Two Mommies may be passing their final exam on such texts. “Most tweens and teens (59%) now feel that ‘gay or lesbian relations are OK, if that is the person’s choice,’” the Harris poll reports.
Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., showed why he is one of the educated elite when he pointed out that the record snowstorm that hit the Capital should not deter lawmakers from doing something about global warming.
Governments should abandon their climate-change-related taxes and regulations, turning instead to the courts for answers regarding anthropogenic global warming’s (AGW) affect on property rights, argues University of Buckingham fellow Graham Dawson in the January issue of The Free Market, a newsletter issued by The Ludwig von Mises Institute.
The U.S. can no longer make distinctions between domestic and foreign policy, a lawyer said at a Cato Institute event focusing on the rule of law in Russia.
Could the problem with the unemployment rate in the United States be that it affects the wrong people?