Academics respond to economic downturn with new plan to share the wealth.
Articles By: Richard Thornburgh
As the debate continues on national health care, the U. S. House Energy and Commerce Committee convened to question expert witnesses – Governors from Mississippi, Massachusetts and Utah – on alternatives to Obamacare.
In an effort to promote his new book, Known and Unknown: A Memoir, former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, facilitated a discussion with conservative supporters and colleagues.
At The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs recently, four former press secretaries shared their thoughts and insights on their job and the media in, “Live From The White House: Making and Shaping the News.”
Dating back to the 1979 Iranian revolution that lifted Ayatollah Khomeini to power and boldly challenged President Jimmy Carter, the US-Iranian relationship has been strained, to say the least.
To conceive of a better education system for the struggling classrooms of the United States, Andrew Coulson of the CATO institute invited education experts from Sweden and Chile to share thoughts on their success.
October’s East Asian Summit, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, offered hope of a peaceful integration of the rising Chinese hegemony into Southeast Asia’s governing community.
Taxing the oil industry and refusing access to important U.S. shale reserves would drive up both the Federal government’s debt and the U.S. unemployment rate, according to Kyle Isakower of the American Petroleum Institute.