REACHING NEW HEIGHTS- PAI 2010 Annual Report (Abridged for Public) Review the above report for succinct insight into the operations and foci of PAI. For additional Reaching New Heights highlights, please visit the bottom of the About Us page.
The Board and Executive Officers of The Pax Americana Institute are delighted to congratulate The Chrysler Group’s Jeep Company for their 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee “The Things We Make, Make Us” Commercial. Jeep was selected by the board, officers and public for having the most patriotic and inspirational national advertising initiative in 2010. In the [...]
The Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 were instrumental in fostering the greatest economic expansion since the conclusion of the Second World War, in 1945. On January 1, 2011, the Bush tax cuts are set to terminate. President Obama, his liberal allies, and the mainstream media have led the American people to believe that [...]
With the country tuning in to watch the president announce the official conclusion of Operation Iraqi Freedom, it was odd, dissatisfying and bewildering not to hear a specific highlighting of the war’s many success stories. From schools to hospitals, prisons to roads and oil to diplomacy, hundreds of personal, professional and international success stories remain [...]
Download this Campaign Snap-Shot Series The 2010 Wisconsin Senate Race: A Methodical Analysis. Issue Highlights ***Section 1 Senate frontrunners Russ Feingold and Ron Johnson are becoming more visceral in their attacks on one another. With the Wisconsin Senate race officially a “dead heat,” both Ron Johnson and Russ Feingold are intensifying their rhetoric and tone. [...]
June 23, 2010 Rasmussen Poll On June 23, 2010, one week following the conclusion of the Democratic state convention, Rasmussen polling released its latest poll on the Wisconsin gubernatorial election. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, the front runner in the Democratic primary, unlike his Republican challengers, did not receive a post-convention bounce. In fact, both Scott [...]
The biggest news story on the domestic policy front this week was the passage of a massive new health care entitlement program. On Sunday, March 21, 2010, the U.S. House of Representatives passed “ObamaCare” by a thin majority, 219-212. In order for the legislation to pass, Democrats needed 216 votes, as there are only 433 [...]