Former US Representative Frank Wolf and two other religious freedom experts address how American foreign policy leaders should tackle religious persecution in Iraq and around the globe.
A panel of distinguished experts discuss the role of economics, policy, and culture in the struggles of black men in the United States, and how their prospects can be improved.
By naming three covert CIA officers in a recent article, The New York Times unnecessarily endangers them and their families. Although it may not have broken the law, the paper had no justification for doing so, even by the lax canons of today’s journalism.
While spectrum auctions are inherently economic, not political, exercises, regulators and politicians can still exercise favoritism through the rules that govern how the auctions work.
The Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act is a disastrous bill that will pave the way for a disastrous nuclear agreement that will pave the way for an Iranian bomb.
It began as an ordinary piece of fan mail, thanking me for writing a book I published a few years ago (“Coming Apart”) and expressing the writer’s shared concern with the loss of seemliness in American life. And then the ordinary suddenly became extraordinary: “I write to give you my personal perspective on why CEOs make so much money as you describe in ‘Coming Apart.'”
Buried in China’s need to restructure economically is China matching the rest of the world combined in coal production. For years, coal has generated a fast-rising amount of jobs and revenue. Those days appear over, permanently, and the economy must adjust.
In a world increasingly characterized by a global savings glut, Germany stands out as the major industrialized country that has the largest external current account surplus. This should be a real concern to the United States.
Dana Perino gives us the scoop on her new book, “And the Good News Is…: Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side,” which details the lessons-learned from her nontraditional route from a small town in Wyoming to the White House and beyond.
Silicon Valley might be buzzing right now, but America seems to have a long-term problem with entrepreneurship.