Daily Archives: May 19, 2010

Islam, Democracy & The Freedom Agenda

Saad Eddin Ibrahim is the founder of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Democracy and Civil Rights in Cairo, Egypt.  Currently he is visiting professor of sociology at Drew University in Madison New Jersey.  His opening lecture at Drew gives a … Continue reading

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Karol Wojtyla

“The true advancement of women requires that labor and taxation be structured in such a way that women do not have to pay for their advancement by abandoning what is specific to them or at the expense of the family, … Continue reading

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Enter The Dragon: The Rise of China & America’s Next Conflict

Mark Helprin is not known as an alarmist, especially among policy wonks throughout the political-military establishment.  He currently resides as a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute in California.  Known for his prescient insights into foreign policy and conflict resolution, … Continue reading

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