It takes a book like Living Constitution, Dying Faith: Progressivism and the New Science of Jurisprudence by Bradley C. S. Watson, to put the current progressive mindset into perspective.
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While the risks of continuing to live our current lifestyle have been sung from the rooftops and beaten into the minds of citizens for years now, few have grasped the risks associated with the growing fervor of the green movement.
Despite international warnings, North Korea conducted a long-range missile test on April 4th, supposedly intending to launch a communications satellite into orbit.
It was surprising to hear the word “surplus” on Capitol Hill on April 7th, having grown accustomed to the usual news about deficits. But the Cato Institute pin-pointed one surplus that is, because of the mismanagement of government funding, harming the system. The surplus is in college graduates.
As the Obama administration draws up plans for a new health care system, experts in the field have taken the opportunity to offer some tips learned through Medicare that may help current health care reform efforts.
“New media” is quickly becoming the most powerful organizational and political force of this generation.
A report by the Falun Gong Human Rights Working Group, entitled “Forget Not the Beijing Olympics’ Victims,” urges readers to remember that despite China’s promises to improve human rights, the Olympics ended up serving as an excuse for the Chinese government to arrest and imprison thousands of people who had shown signs of opposition to the current regime.
Is this the end of conservatism? Not quite.
The District of Columbia School Choice Incentive Act was signed by President Bush in January, 2004, allocating $14 million for the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP). A University of Arkansas report reviews OSP successes and limitations.
Despite sustained opposition from China, the Dalai Lama remains one of the world’s most respected and influential spiritual leaders.