- Sen. Barrasso: ‘Nothing flies, nothing shoots, nothing works’ in Ukrainian military
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- Gun control groups turn to private sector to push crackdowns
- Study to test ‘chocolate’ pills for heart health
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- Obama, Abbas to meet Monday morning regarding peace talks
- Guinness quits New York’s St. Patrick’s Day parade over gay march prohibition
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- Saudi Arabia bans 50 ‘blasphemous’ baby names — like Benjamin
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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - American Enterprise Institute
With the help of an impatient news media, a global taste for drama and Russia's provocative posturing in the Ukraine, the White House is now wedged in the put up or shut up position. Are we in a Cold War now? A Cool War? Maybe it's just tepid.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's about-face — from hawkish war veteran senator to Pentagon budget cutter and liberal comrade — came full circle this week as he announced plans to make a shrinking armed forces even smaller.
The Dalai Lama has partnered with the American Enterprise Institute to stream a video message that touts the benefits of free market systems.
The Obama administration is pushing forward with a Federal Communications Commission project that would send government researchers into newsrooms across the country — and First Amendment advocates want to know why.
Smiling and in saffron robes, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Thursday brought a message of compassion and care for humanity to the free market mavens of a right-leaning Washington think tank.
On the left-right political spectrum, there are certain public-policy positions that aren't necessarily a good fit.
The world has grown less free on President Obama's watch, and the U.S. has been left on the free trade sidelines as other countries have pushed bilateral trade agreements.
Let's hope the nation witnesses talk of substance rather than skimpy political theater when President Obama steps before the nation for his fifth State of the Union address on Tuesday night. Yes, let's hope so, considering that only about a fourth of Americans definitely plan to tune in, says at least one major poll.
Sen. Marco Rubio said Thursday that marriage is a key component of reducing the chances of child poverty, but said there is not enough evidence to determine whether the same is true of children being raised by married same-sex couples.
There are many sharp policy debates in the offing among conservatives, libertarians and other right-leaning individuals prior to this year's midterm elections. If you had told me, though, that one debate would be over finding ways to build a different model of American government, I wouldn't have believed you. Yet this conversation is really happening, courtesy of some op-ed columnists and policy advisers who want to reimagine government's size and scope.