Month: August 10, 2002

Aug 10,2002

Has Privatization's Bubble Burst?

Move over bin Laden; the big bad Dow Jones is quickly becoming Public Enemy #1. As a result of the market’s recent freefall, the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll...

Aug 08,2002

Rosa Parks: Suicide Bomber

It’s December 1, 1955 in Montgomery Alabama. Bus driver James F. Blake tells seamstress Rosa Parks to move from her seat to make room for white passengers. Instead of moving,...

Aug 07,2002

No War Without Debate

With leaks of battle plans showing up daily in the New York Times, Congress has become uneasy and worries that the White House may be thinking of starting a war...

Aug 05,2002

Bush and Hamlet

As the curtain opens, we see a lone figure sitting on the stage, deep in thought. He hears the words of his father echoing inside his head. “Revenge his foul...

Aug 05,2002

ALEC and NCSL: A Timely Comparison

Two thousand state legislators, business leaders, and think tank representatives convened in Orlando, Florida August 7-9 for the 29th American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) annual meeting. Two weeks prior, the...