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Register to See Allen West 9/17 - Few Seats Remain!

Join us for lunch with Allen West, former Florida congressman and U.S. Army officer. Lt. Col. West will speak about his upbringing, his many years of military service, his time on Capitol Hill and, most importantly, today’s current political climate. After being elected to office, West rose to popularity, known for his steadfast love of country and belief in the values of our founding. His new book, Guardian of the Republic, follows West as he grew from a young child raised in Atlanta to a decorated veteran, outspoken patriot and advocate for liberty. You won’t want to miss his comments, so register today! Seating is limited.

Register to See Allen West 9/17 - Few Seats Remain!

Join us for lunch with Allen West, former Florida congressman and U.S. Army officer. Lt. Col. West will speak about his upbringing, his many years of military service, his time on Capitol Hill and, most importantly, today's current political climate. After being elected to office, West rose to popularity, known for his steadfast love of country and belief in the values of our founding. His new book, Guardian of the Republic, follows West as he grew from a young child raised in Atlanta to a decorated veteran, outspoken patriot and advocate for liberty. You won't want to miss his comments, so register today! Seating is limited.

China's New Urbanization Plan

The Prime Minister of China hopes to see 60 percent of the Chinese population living in cities by 2020 as a result of his "National Plan on New Urbanization"...

Free Market Policies Yield Success for Pacific Alliance

There are no travel visa requirements between Pacific Alliance countries, which has spurred tourism and further contributed to commerce...

India's Weak Patent Rights Hurt U.S. Trade Relationship

Over the past two years, the Indian government has engaged in a series of policy, regulatory and legal decisions that undermine internationally recognized intellectual property rights...

U.S. Ports Racing to Get Ready for Bigger Ships

In order to double U.S. exports in the next five years, U.S. ports must expand to accommodate larger shipping vessels...

What if the World Population Reaches UN Estimates?

A world population of 10.1 billion would arguably be a good thing, on several grounds...

Economic Freedom in India

Indian states with increasing freedom are growing faster than those with worsening freedom...

Honduras Will Create Model Cities Based on Free Market

The Honduran Congress is expected to soon pass an amendment to the constitution that would clear the way to put "model cities" based on free market principles into action...

Fear of Inflation Spreads Throughout Emerging Markets

Several emerging-market governments are deploying policies to battle inflation fueled by rising food and commodity prices...


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