AJC: Someone once said that two things were certain in life: death and taxes. The new healthcare bill provides both.
Articles By: Tilla Bradley
AJC: A majority of students leave various educational institutions unprepared for the realities of the workforce or incapable of attaining their desired work positions.
AJC: The Center for American Progress (CAP) in conjunction with Women’s Voices Women Vote released the paper Advancing the Economic Security of Unmarried Women: Overview of Laws and Legislations in the 111th Congress.
AJC: The government is constantly looking for ways to identify threats to national security before American citizens are threatened.
AJC: One strong advocate the casualties of the pro-choice agenda have is the ever-present pro-life movement. These activists oppose the legalization of abortion while offering pregnancy counseling.
AJC: The libertarian Cato Institute’s panel discussion, “Is There a Place for Gay People in Conservatism and Conservative Politics?,” preceded the appearance of Gay rights activists at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference.
AJC: The Cato Institute hosted a discussion of the current Senate Healthcare bill entitled, “Will the Senate Healthcare Bill Keep the Poor Poor?” to consider the unintended effects in the proposed piece of legislation.
AJC: The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) hosted a panel discussion of the education policies of the Obama administration.
AJC: Last year was the dawn of a new, historic time in American history. The election of President Barack Obama due in part to the overwhelming energy and support of the American youth vote made the Promised Land seem imminent.
AJC: In his latest book, Obamanomics: How Barack Obama is Bankrupting You and Enriching his Wall Street Friends, Corporate Lobbyists, and Union Bosses, journalist Tim Carney analyzes the influence that large business corporations have on the current presidential administration.