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Anthem Film Fest: Mind Reboot

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Two of the documentaries at the Anthem Film Festival caused my brain to do a reboot. Read More »

Another Foreign Policy Coup for Obama

More of Obama's foreign "policies." Read More »

Obama’s Arab Spring Revisited

Obama embraces the Muslim Brotherhood Read More »

McGovern’s The Third Freedom: Ending Hunger in Our Time is Essential Reading as Congress Debates Food Aid

McGovern's book takes on special meaning now as Congress is proposing reductions in food aid programs both here and abroad. Read More »

Budget Cuts Urgent, But Fighting Child Hunger More Important

Hunger-fighting programs are some of the most inexpensive foreign policy initiatives you will find. Read More »

Book Review: Wars, Guns and Votes by Paul Collier

Paul Collier challenges the popular notion that democratic elections are the end game in developing countries with his explosive book Wars, Guns and Votes. Read More »

Help Haiti Privately, Not Publicly

The U.S. government should not aid Haiti. The money should come from our pockets. Read More »

Book Review: The Blue Sweater: Bridging the Gap Between Rich and Poor in an Interconnected World by Jacqueline Novogratz

The founder of the Acumen Foundation shares her amazing experiences with aid to needy people all over the globe. Read More »