The greatest writers and critics get ironically short shrift at the Modern Language Association’s annual meeting so it is worthy of note when they get their due.
Articles By: Kristin Theresa Jaroma
Applying modern day psychology to the masters yields some odd results.
While it is undoubtedly good to reflect upon great literature and works of art, applying mathematical equations to them might be a bit much.
Joining the Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing on Tuesday October 5, 2010, was the Danish statistician and director of the Copenhagen Consensus, Bjorn Lomborg, who directed Cool It, a film for skeptical environmentalists to be released on November 12 of this year.
Educating America on the economic and moral dangers of equal wealth distribution promoted by the federal government creates “a terrific opportunity to help people understand what creates prosperity, and what kills it; what civil government, can and can’t, should and shouldn’t do about it,” Leslie Carbone, author of Slaying Leviathan: The Moral Case for Tax Reform said at The Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing, this week.
The Heritage Foundation’s Senior Policy Analyst and founding member of the institution’s Center for Data Analysis, Rea Hederman, spoke at the Bloggers Briefing September 21, 2010, to discuss and outline the new “Obama Tax Hikes,” a series of papers produced by The Heritage Foundation.
At the Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing this week,Scott Stanzel, former Deputy Press Secretary under President George W. Bush, released a study on a new tax initiative from the state of Washington.
Heritage Foundation analyst previews presidential address to UN.
Appearing at the Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing on August 31, 2010 was Jim Van Eerden, the executive producer of I Want Your Money.