Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger once said, “Ninety percent of the politicians give the other ten percent a bad reputation.” U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann, R-Minn, might be in that put-upon tenth.
Articles By: Rachel Paulk
Falun Gong practitioners met on Friday, July 18th, near the Washington Monument to protest Communist China’s treatment of the peaceful religious sect.
The Center for American Progress recently held a panel pushing for the implementation of and lauding the benefits of expanded learning time (ELT) programs in schools nationwide.
Afghanistan’s most volatile area is its porous northeastern border with Pakistan because the mountainous terrain prohibits enforcement of a secure border between the two countries.
As Iran continues to develop its nuclear facilities and to demonstrate its missile capabilities, foreign policy analysts are scrambling to determine the best American response to the rogue nation’s militaristic threats.
A new movement of women is rising up with an age-old message countering the feminist focus on careers before kids.
The trouble looming with Iran’s nuclear aspirations is potentially one of the most significant problems the new President will inherit from the Bush administration.
Saudi Arabian councilmen and lawmakers laud Resolution 120 as the answer to centuries female oppression, yet their failure to implement the motion has rendered it all but meaningless.
Scott McClellan’s book What Happened spans a range of events that occurred during the Bush years and provides scathing profiles of several star-studded White House leaders.
Militarists tout aircraft carriers as the next step in China’s development into America’s worst nightmare.