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he Aspen Institute's Homeland Security Program and Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service cordially invite you to a discussion featuring Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, Former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, and Forme
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Part Two: Panel DiscussionAlice Rivlin, Mike Castle, Hedrick Smith, Mickey Edwards and moderator Ray Suarez examine the linkage between our political and economic problems including the topics of reviving our economy, the politics of inequality, money in
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Peter Robinson talks to Charles Murray about America's failing civic culture. According to Murray, America's white working class has been "coming apart," and...
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In his new book, Decline and Fall: Europes Slow Motion Suicide, Bruce Thornton asserts that Europe has turned its back on the Western tradition to which it o...
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This week on Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson, Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell discusses why the glacial pace of deliberations and decisions in ...
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This week on Uncommon Knowledge Hoover fellows Charles Hill and Fouad Ajami discuss the Middle East: its past, present, and future. To listen to an mp3 of th...
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When it comes to education, the nation's budget should reflect the principles of its people, U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said during an April 12 address at Georgetown."These are horrendous budget times, but [our budget decisions] reflect our valu
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SPONSOR: Heyman Center for Philanthropy MODERATOR:Tom Watson, Moderator Author, Cause Wired PANELISTS:Andrew Rasiej,Founder, Personal Democracy Forum New York CityPaul Carttar, Director, Social Innovation Fund Washington, D.C.John Wonderlich, Policy Direc
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Senator Tom Daschle and Senator Trent Lott, former leaders of the Republican and Democratic parties in the US Senate, will discuss their historic roles when the chamber was evenly divided and power, committee leadership and the floor agenda was to be shar
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In this episode of the Hoover Institution's Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson, Jonah Goldberg, author and founding editor of the National Review Online,...
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A dynamic discussion by distinguished fellow Cornellians and former national security advisors who share their insights into the realities confronting a new president the day after election and how these realities shape the early days of an administration
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How the American Constitutional System Collided With the New Politics of ExtremismThis being an election year, the airwaves and op-ed pages are full of pundits and politicians declaring what the future will or should bring this fall. Given the fragile eco
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This week on Uncommon Knowledge, authors Midge Decter and Mona Charen discuss Romney's gender gap, the impact of feminism on America, and what women really c...