ESPN’s “The Man In The Red Bandana”

September 11, 2017 Editor 0

ESPN’s “The Man in the Red Bandana” chronicles the life-saving efforts and the sacrifice of Welles Crowther, a former Boston College Lacrosse player who worked in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.  

Rep. Jim Banks Discusses North Korea

September 1, 2017 Editor 0

As the most recently deployed member of Congress, and a member of the House Armed Services Committee, Congressman Jim Banks is always looked to during times of international conflict. His office released the following statement

Calls for Seoul to respect intellectual property rights

August 30, 2017 Editor 0

Washington D.C. – Yesterday, a broad coalition of free-market and center-right organizations released a statement regarding a pending decision of Korea’s Seoul High Court, Korea’s court of last resort. The decision will be whether to

Long-Term Defense of US Must Be Top Priority

August 22, 2017 Editor 0

Originally reported by George Landrith on Newsmax: One of the primary reasons the original 13 colonies formed a constitutional federal government was to provide for the common defense. Even more than 200 years ago, the

Removing Statues of Violent Bigots? Start with Che

August 22, 2017 Editor 0

Federico N. Fernández Rosario is Argentina’s second oldest city. Located by the Paraná river, it is the home of hard-working people, a busy port, the national flag memorial, and the country’s bitterest football rivalry between

Can You Handle Diversity in Ideas?

August 18, 2017 Editor 0

Seamus Coughlin, Sean Malone  Since I was a little kid, I’ve always loved politics. A few days after I first learned where my family stood on the most pressing issues of the day, I asked

Why didn’t sanctions stop North Korea’s missile program?

August 14, 2017 Editor 0

Daniel Salisbury, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey North Korea’s long-range missile program has made significant technological advances in the past few months. For most of the past 20 years, the international community has

Facing the threat from North Korea: 5 essential reads

August 3, 2017 Editor 0

Danielle Douez, The Conversation Editor’s note: The following is a roundup of archival stories related to North Korea. North Korea has launched repeated tests of ballistic missiles, which it claims are now advanced enough to

Creepy Canadian App Gives Citizens Points for Making Government-Approved Choices

August 2, 2017 Editor 0

Josie Wales, Foundation for Economic Education Ontario announced earlier this month that it will become the fourth Canadian government to fund a behavioral modification application that rewards users for making “good choices” in regards to health, finance,

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