Month: December 31, 2012

Dec 31,2012

The Constitution — Living or Lasting?

Many progressive legal scholars today preach the theory of a “Living Constitution.”  They argue that the document setting up the structure and powers of our government should evolve to meet...

Dec 31,2012

Why Work in a Think Tank? Part 1

If you are exploring careers in public policy, you should consider the policy-shaping role of think tanks. The enactment of a law by a legislative body is but the final...

Dec 28,2012

A Guide to the Fiscal Cliff Debate

As $136 billion in spending cuts and $532 billion in tax increases loom ever larger with the approach of January, the policy debate surrounding the fiscal cliff has settled around...

Dec 28,2012

2012 AFF Top Ten

Here are the most popular articles from America’s Future Foundation in 2012: 1. Cover Letters and First Dates by Claire Kittle “Hey there, hot stuff. We should go out. I’m...

Dec 28,2012

Sharpening the Digital Saw: Mail Merge

In the conservative movement one of the rarest titles you will see will be a full time IT staff member. The company has to be large, resources have to be...

Dec 27,2012

Networking Advice: Show Up Early

I know that when I first arrived to town, I felt doubly awkward introducing myself to people at receptions because I’m a somewhat shy person and I lacked confidence since...