Written by Diana West
Having been in transit during the start of the Iranian election protests, I've taken a little time to come up to speed on the issue. Scanning English-language (UK) papers in airports, I will say that my initial reaction to the euphoria I saw breaking out all over the West -- ...
Written by Amil Imani
"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable." John F. Kennedy
Today, all Iranian expatriates are united in solidarity with the Iranian people in Iran. Today, we are all standing tall to let the world hear our continuous aspiration for a free and democratic ...
Written by Vincent Gioia
By Vincent Gioia
For years Europeans were chastised by Americans for their slide into the Gomorrah of socialism while the United States remained the bastion of free market capitalism. That's why it is with more than a little irony we now see European conservatism emerging while ...
Written by Daniel Pipes
Written by Derek Scissors
China's role in the global financial arena is becoming increasingly important to the United States and the worldwide community. The China Global Investment Tracker created by The Heritage Foundation is the only available comprehensive ...
Written by TheDailyBell
Written by Chris Brown
Austrian economists have long been critical of the static, unrealistic models of neoclassical economics and instead take a dynamic, causal-realistapproach. Similarly, the role of government, while receiving heavy analysis from Austrians, is taken as a ...
Written by Zev Eleff
May 19, 2009
by Zev Eleff
Op-Ed on Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day)
I presume that my reflections accord well with the experiences of my young peers living in the United States. Many of us, and here I mean Jewish college students and recent graduates, have memories of time spent in Israel. Some ...
Written by Joan Swirsky
In times past, coalminers working in the depths of the earth took along caged canaries. As long as the canaries warbled, the miners knew they were safe from the methane and carbon monoxide that would kill them in minutes. But when the tiny songbirds stopped singing, ...