Joining the convention would needlessly expose the United States to baseless environmental lawsuits, including suits based on alleged U.S. contributions to global climate change. Read More.
Sovereignty is a simple idea: the U.S. is an independent nation governed by the American people. The Founders did not risk their lives casting off the rule of King George so that, two hundred years later, the U.S. could subject itself to the whims of foreign bureaucrats or international organizations. Sovereignty was essential to our founding and it is essential today.
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On June 18, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) plans to release its score of S. 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act. — Read more
A book eventHow can America recover from economic stagnation, moral exhaustion, and looming bankruptcy? In America’s Way Back, American Conservative Union Vice Chairman Donald — Read more
In a mix of history and politics, author Rich Lowry traces Abraham Lincoln's ambitious climb from provincial upstart to political powerhouse and calls for a — Read more
Co-hosted byFor Central Europe, the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989 marked the beginning of an ongoing journey to full-fledged Euro-Atlantic integration. Although — Read more
Co-hosted by the American Enterprise Institute's Marilyn Ware Center for Security StudiesWhile tactical questions relating to the use of military force often divide Americans, a — Read more
Taiwan is a member of APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation). Its economy would make it among the more developed in the now 12 country Trans-Pacific — Read more
In 2011, the Presidents of Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan signed an agreement to create a Eurasian Union and have it fully functioning by 2015. — Read more
Ronald Reagan, with his unbridled faith in American ingenuity, creativity, and know-how and his confidence in the free-enterprise system, believed the United States would “transcend” — Read more
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