Paul Wolfowitz recently discussed issues dealing with the World Bank at the Heritage Foundation.
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A recent Judicial Watch event for interns communicated their firm belief that everyone in government must be held accountable.
Though it has been a long 53 years since former President Harry S. Truman was in office, he was the hot topic of conversation at The Hudson Institute on Monday, July 17, where a panel discussed his legacy and influence on current policies.
High school civics courses and even college-level political science classes on the separation of powers can sometimes differ radically from the actual practice.
An address by Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff
“Now children are items of consumption—luxury goods,” Miles said of the different role that children play in society and the economy today.
Retired VSU professor Carey Stronach recently spoke for an AIA event in Washington, D.C. Here is his survival story.
Brown alumnus, Travis Rowley spoke about his Ivy experiences at an AIA event recently. This is what he had to say.
A compromise in Arizona created money for school vouchers and for all-day kindergarten programs.
A CU-Boulder committee concluded that Ward Churchill has fabricated information, misrepresentated sources and plagiarized.