Eleanor Stables

Eleanor Stables is a British American and associate editor of the American Enterprise Institute’s magazine the American.

Winning British Hearts and Minds

 

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said in his address to the U.S. Congress this week, “Past British prime ministers have travelled to this Capitol building in times of war to talk of war. I come now to talk of new and different battles we must fight together; to speak of a global economy in crisis […]

Continue Reading

Getting Real

 

State legislatures are grappling with the tricky balance between security and civil liberties. Last week, Maine became the first state to reject a federal law mandating new standards for driver’s licenses. While libertarians, privacy advocates, and a majority of legislators in Augusta applauded the move, the father of a man killed in the Sept. 11 […]

Continue Reading

From Russia With Love

 

RUSSIA — In a new campaign to increase adoption of its estimated 700,000 orphans, the Russian government this month started airing national TV advertisements and launched a website with 180,000 children searchable by sex, age, hair color and eye color. Profiles include a photo and a description of the child’s personality, such as sociable, lively, […]

Continue Reading





Send this to a friend