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Public diplomacy is the craft of explaining America, its defense of liberty, and its policies to the world. In an age when our values, principles,
Experts: Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D., Helle C. Dale, Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D., Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D.
Highlights: Fill the Public Diplomacy Leadership Vacuum, The White House Strategic Communications Plan, Foreign Aid Policy in 2016, United Nations Policy in 2016
Public Trial In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a... public trial.... The public-trial right in the Sixth Amendment is deeply
Center for Media Public Policy
Dramatically expands venue availability for host of public corruption offenses; allows government to prove bribery through course-of-conduct; allows government to prove gratuities offense without regard
Same as Senate bill for public officials (doubles the sentence by up to 2 years for crimes against U.S. in course of public office).
Misdemeanor to knowingly or recklessly reveal vulnerability assessment conducted under the Act.
Would increase statute of limitations for federal program bribery (18 USC 666) as well as fraud based on theft of honest services by a public
This bill, which is the Senate counterpart to HR 4643, instructs the Secretary of Transportation to “establish and implement a public transportation safety program to
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The 24-year-old federal “honest services” fraud statute, 18 U.S.C. § 1346, makes it a federal crime to engage in a “scheme or artifice to defraud
Nearly every incoming Administration has pledged that its appointees will be subject to and will comply with the highest standards of ethical conduct. The — Read more
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg described the Warsaw Summit held in July as a “defining moment in the history of our alliance.” Now more — Read more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued its proposed rule for “Payday, Vehicle Title, and Certain High-Cost Installment Loans.” The proposal is open for — Read more
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, part of China’s “Belt and Road” initiative, includes a Chinese pledge to invest $46 billion in a series of Pakistani rail, — Read more
In America today, is a Christian society possible? Is it even desirable? Yes and yes, says R. R. Reno. In fact, he warns, without a — Read more
Fifty years ago, a closely divided Supreme Court decided a criminal procedure case known to almost every American – Miranda v. Arizona. To protect — Read more
A book eventWhat is really happening in the Catholic Church in North America? Are parishes thriving or dying? Is dissatisfaction among Catholics growing — Read more
This October marks the 30th anniversary of then-Attorney General Ed Meese’s speech on “The Law of the Constitution,” which was part of a series of — Read more
The federal government employs about two million employees, to the tune of roughly $337 billion per year. The magnitude of federal employment underscores the — Read more
From the IRS targeting of certain advocacy organizations, to proposals to overturn free speech cases and give Congress power to restrict political speech, to restrictions — Read more
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