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Interpreting Mitt Romney’s Recent Shift Toward the Center
In recent weeks it appeared that foreign policy would become a contentious issue in the presidential race. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney challenged the veracity of the administration regarding the attack ...
October 31, 2012
Presidential Candidates Sidestep Biggest Foreign Policy Issue
In the presidential foreign policy debate Monday, the candidates spent approximately eight minutes talking about China. Meanwhile, mass ...
October 25, 2012
Doctor McGill and the 320 Ranch
Sam Wilson homesteaded 160 acres in 1898, along Buffalo Horn Creek on the Gallatin River. The spread is ...
War brings out the best and worst in people. Humble people are driven to super-human effort on the ...
The UN’s Responsibility to Protect
The U.N. Security Council and larger international community must find a way to prevent outdated concepts of national ...
October 2, 2012
Lance Armstrong Stripped of Tour de France Wins
Lance Armstrong had decided not to keep fighting the USADA case accusing him of doping.
August 24, 2012
DC China Journal: Paulson at Atlantic on China
Henry Paulson, the former U.S. Treasury secretary and a relatively well-known China talking head, spoke at the Atlantic ...
July 18, 2012
An article in the New York Times Magazine lambasted the President. Economic woes were blamed for abject failure ...
Parliament Needs to Look at Chinese Oil Sands Investment
These investments give Chinese state-owned firms unprecedented leverage in the Canadian economy and in Canadian politics—without reciprocity.
June 13, 2012
Vision for the Future: Little Rock’s National Historic Landmark
Little Rock rocked with activity. It was as if the spotlight of world attention focused on the Arkansas ...
Global Dispatches: Greece — EU & IMF Are Not Saving Greeks
There are some important moments in a country’s history when a nation is either helped or destroyed—or both.
February 20, 2012
Alberto Contador: Guilty and Not Guilty
Considering Contador: Somehow the CAS determined that there was no evidence of transfusions, though their investigation didn’t even ...
February 8, 2012
A Singapore Lesson for Valentine’s Day
During a trip to Australia via India and Thailand several years ago, I stopped over in Singapore, and ...
February 3, 2012
Looking for Fairness in the Buffett Rule
News Analysis President Obama's proposed tax on millionaires has been nicknamed the "Buffett Rule," after billionaire Warren Buffett. ...
February 1, 2012
Global Dispatches: Poland’s Struggle for Freedom Takes Surreal Turn
Anti Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement activists in Warsaw picket outside what for two decades had been a derelict communist-era ...
January 31, 2012
Global Dispatches: The Netherlands—Calimero Complex
Considering the size of our country, it is not surprising that we, the Dutch, suffer from the Calimero ...
December 21, 2011
Saudia Arabia Beheads Rights of Women
Saudi Arabian authorities ordered the execution of a woman convicted of practicing magic and sorcery.
December 14, 2011
Rescue Plan Will Make Euro Crisis Worse
European leaders are working feverishly to create what German Chancellor Angela Merkel is calling a “fiscal union” to ...
December 11, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Opposition Charges Foreign Minister With Treason
Radoslaw Sikorski has seriously violated the constitution. He claimed in no uncertain terms that Poland ought to be ...
December 7, 2011
The Happy Couple: Poland’s New Coalition Government Sworn In
Winning an election in Poland is one thing. Quite another is forming a workable government. Particularly under the ...
November 20, 2011
Global Dispatches: The Netherlands—The Boy Should Stay
For weeks now, Mauro Manuel has been all over the headlines of Dutch news.
November 4, 2011
Busting the Myths About GM Foods
Genetically modified food poses unknown risks to health and the environment.
October 20, 2011
Occupy Wall Street Protests Reject US Institutions
A popular movement that is not quite sure yet what it wants, but knows it wants to bring ...
October 11, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Election Day Shakeups
At a few minutes after 9 p.m. Sunday night Poland's official Election Day information blackout ended and Polish ...
October 9, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Tragic Self-Immolation Shakes Up Election Campaign
On Friday, a 50-year-old former employee of Poland's Central Bureau of Investigation taped a letter addressed to the ...
September 28, 2011
The Military: Unlikely Advocate for Green?
The military has not only set impressive goals, but has made significant headway in reducing its energy consumption.
September 18, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Disremembered on the Ropes, Polish Boxing Hopes
Polish hip-hop band Funky Polak's tune “Remember” was national hero Tomasz Adamek's choice for his grand entrance into ...
September 12, 2011
A Dozen Men Arrested in Tennessee Undercover Operation to Stop Human Trafficking
Militia Moves Into Texas Border County to Deter Illegal Immigration
Evergrande Crisis Portends a ‘Dramatically’ Slowing Chinese Economy, Economist Says
Homeland Security Secretary Tests Positive for COVID-19 Two Days After Event With Bidens
Biden’s Nominee for CBP Commissioner Refuses to Say There’s a Crisis at the US–Mexico Border
South Pole’s Cold Season Was Coldest on Record
Record Number of Container Ships Waiting Off Ports of Long Beach, Los Angeles: Executive
Federal Judge Refuses to Block Oregon Vaccine Mandate
Poetry: A New and Important American Poet: Andrew Benson Brown
127 Washington State Patrol Employees Terminated Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate