ON-Lion Letter

Entries for December 2008

The Sagamore Institute for Policy Research in Indianapolis has announced that Jay F. Hein, its founding president, is returning to that position in Ja...

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Douglas Davidson and Joseph Wood have joined The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) as a distinguished visiting fellow and a senior resid...

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In the January/February 2009 issue of The American Interest magazine, Aaron L. Friedberg's "Asia Rising" (subscription required) assesses Asia, and U....

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"For too many Americans, the topic of 'Islam and pluralism' is approached exclusively as a study in contrasts," writes Dennis R. Hoover, editor of The...

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In December, President George W. Bush visited the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) in Washington, D.C., for a candid, in...

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In perhaps the most-striking example of a disturbing national trend, Dallas developer H. Walker Royall has launched a lawsuit spree to silence any med...

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The American Tort Reform Foundation (ATRF) in Washington, D.C., released its annual Judicial Hellholes report in December, naming some of the nation's...

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With families in Europe facing new and greater challenges, the inaugural European Catholic-Orthodox Forum, held in December in Trento, Italy, focused ...

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Seeking common ground, The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., is reaching out to President-elect Barack Obama with specially designed policy mem...

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Veritas High School in Milwaukee, among the Partners Advancing Values in Education (PAVE) organization's most-trusted partner schools, was named one o...

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