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Brett Joshpe
by | Dec 18, 2008

Last week, Rachel Ehrenfeld was honored at the American Jewish Historical Society for her work in exposing sources of terrorism and resisting attempts to silence her. Ehrenfeld is the author of Funding Evil: How Terrorism Is Financed — and How…

by | Dec 8, 2008

Last week, Fox News reporter Chris Wallace rightfully challenged Ron Howard’s comparisons of George W. Bush to Richard Nixon, whose illegal behavior while president led to his resignation. Howard, who is director of the new film, Frost/Nixon, which chronicles reporter…

by | Nov 24, 2008

The ABA Journal recently detailed the swath of lawyers (16 out of 25) populating the top echelon of Barack Obama’s transition team. Both Obama and Vice-President-elect Joe Biden are lawyers, the first time Americans have elected an all-attorney ticket since…

by | Nov 12, 2008

The Invisible Constitution By Laurence Tribe (Oxford University Press, 304 pages, $19.95) In order to deepen my understanding of the judicial mindset that might dominate throughout the Barack Obama administration, I read The Invisible Constitution, a new book written by…

by | Nov 6, 2008

Geert Wilders is a member of the Dutch Parliament and a documentary film producer; not exactly the person one would expect to find on the front line in the battle against both radical Islam and the Islamist assault on free…

by | Oct 28, 2008

Barack Obama has recently gained the support of conservative defectors, including several of the late Barry Goldwater’s kin. C.C. Goldwater, the 1964 Republican nominee’s outspoken granddaughter, said the “Republican brand has been tarnished.” This begs the question: Which candidate would Barry Goldwater really have…

by | Oct 20, 2008

With just 15 days remaining before the election, John McCain needs to emphasize that a unified, Democratic government in Washington will produce runaway, irresponsible, and wasteful spending that can only be financed through tax hikes or deficit increases. The case…

by | Sep 25, 2008

Policymakers and analysts use the term “moral hazard” with great frequency these days, stressing the importance of allowing some Wall Street firms to fail, lest businesses assume the government will always guarantee the downside of risky behavior. However, the real…

by | Sep 19, 2008

If Barack Obama wins on November 4, he will be the 26th lawyer elected president, but only the second from Harvard Law School (the first being Rutherford B. Hayes). With the election quickly approaching, voters should consider what Obama’s HLS…

by | Aug 4, 2008

NEW YORK — On July 23, the popular rapper, Nas, attempted to deliver to Fox News Channel several boxes full of petitions containing more than 600,000 signatures protesting what he claims are Fox’s racist attacks against blacks and Barack Obama….

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