Recorded on May 6, 2009
Andrew Grossman discussing a recent Supreme Court case regarding illegal immigrants and identity theft.
May 11 marks the start of the fourth annual “Imports Work Week.” U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner recently observed: “I don't think — Read more
A book event co-hosted by the Discovery InstituteHow would an entrepreneur reform education? In Every School, Don Nielsen draws on his business career and two — Read more
Legislative gridlock has blocked right-to-work laws in half of American states, including Kentucky. Twelve Kentucky counties recently bypassed that opposition. Using the powers — Read more
By mid-2015, the Obama presidency will be entering its final stages, and the race among the successors in both parties will be well underway. And — Read more
Co-hosted by~ The Annual Colonel James D. McGinley Lecture ~With a growing threat of Islamist terrorists, continued unrest in the Middle East, an increasingly assertive — Read more
Co-hosted byThe Jesse Helms Lecture Series highlights foreign policies that Senator Helms championed throughout his years in office. Of particular concern to Senator Helms — Read more
Four years after passing a major patent law overhaul, Congress is considering a new law that would affect patent lawsuit procedures, make the losing party — Read more
The controversial New York City Police Commissioner and bestselling author of The Lost Son shares the story of his fall from grace and the effects — Read more
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