As unemployment continues to rise and military funding becomes gradually depleted, members of Congress seem content with twiddling their thumbs and doing nothing to establish a feasible budget plan.
Monthly Archives For June 2012
The failure to reach an accord between the Obama Administration and the Russian government should not have been a surprise because the Syrian conflict is viewed differently in the West than in Russia, David Satter, the former Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times, alleges.
The housing market has had more ups and downs in the past six years than an angsty teenager, yet while the path to recovery appears hopeful, the debate has intensified over the government’s role in creating recovery policies.
He may be on Mount Rushmore and on the dollar bills we spend regularly, but a startling number of Americans, particularly young ones, do not know who George Washington is.
“Thwarting banditry is a positive good.” Jacksonville State University economist Christopher Westley
“The Air Force suspended a 20-year-old class on ‘Just War Theory’ because it included scriptural references”—Tony Perkins, the Family Research Council.
Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) attended Tuesday’s Bloggers Briefing to discuss the failure of the Obama administration to maintain the global leadership responsibilities of the United States.
A top United States counterterrorism expert who taught a course that familiarized military officers with the U.S. war with radical Islamists was fired from the college and the course was removed.
Congressman Artur Davis spoke to the Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing on why he has “shifted camps” from the Democratic Party and has now joined the Republican Party.
“In reality, the state does nothing else but redistribute and serve its own purposes.”— Deepak Lal at The Heritage Foundation on Tuesday, June 19, 2012.