Outgoing American Journalism Center intern Heyecan Veziroglu reviews two movies sure to make the rounds of college campuses and towns.
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At the Independent Women’s Forum at the Marriot on December 5, 2007, panelists from business and academic circles identified the most significant challenges facing America and suggested rational, free-market policies to enhance U.S. competitiveness in the global economy.
Instead of mischaracterizing the significance and meaning of the U.S. trade deficit, policymakers should try to attain a better understanding of the condition of U.S. manufacturing.
The careful observer of foreign affairs must be aware of the fact that some Turkish-Americans could have a major impact on the multibillion-dollar political advertising industry and on international trade.
The Climate Security Act of 2007, S. 2191, co-sponsored by Senators Joseph Lieberman (I, CT) and John Warner (R, VA) would require the U.S. to reduce its emissions by 50% by the year 2050.
Still trying to prove that Larry Summers was wrong when as president of Harvard, he declared that women just don’t go into science, academics are looking for reasons for the trend that differ from his natural explanation and lean toward nurturing theories.
Nicholas Wapshott’s book on Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, A Political Marriage, offers first hand observations these leaders transformed the world.
The LEARN Act offers a means to return financial control over education to the states.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan states his position on key U.S.-Turkish foreign policy issues.
While the United States government focuses on the Middle East in its war on terror, closer to home, U.S. Representative Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., stresses that Cuba is a terrorist state.