Our goals are to:
-Help a few people and organizations that serve a charitable, educational or humanitarian purpose,
-Produce and support nonpartisan research, and the understanding of diverse topics by presenting them in a nonpartisan way.
The following is some of our nonpartisan research:
- 9/11 and related events: A searchable database in timeline format, of over 7,350 sourced quotes, covering events seemingly related to 9/11 and our subsequent invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq
- Barack Obama: Birth, school, and his early years; His acts as President, signing 975 pieces of legislation, adding 36 signing statements, signing 200 executive orders, 2 vetoes, 82 pardons and commutations, 841 proclamations, and 403 memoranda - almost 6 years from 1/20/2009 through 12/31/2014).
- George W. Bush: Birth, school, and his early years; His acts as President, signing 1,831 pieces of legislation, adding 168 signing statements, signing 289 executive orders, 12 vetoes, 193 pardons and commutations, 939 proclamations, and 1,093 memoranda - 8 years from 1/20/2001 through 1/19/2009).
- OceanInfo.org: Global and regional scientific information on our oceans.
- The three Richard A. Clarke National Scholarly Monograph Competitions: 2011, 2012 and 2013, covering lesson learned from 9/11; effective, altenative means of preventing violent extremism; are drone attacks moral or legal?
- The U.S./Cuban Embargo: This searchable database, in timeline format, contains over 600 sourced quotes about Cuba and the U.S. embargo of Cuba from government officials, journalists, authors and others.
- Ralph Nader's possible impact on the 2000 US Presidential Election: A modest paper and a PDF.
- Voterinfo.org: A vision that a national organization needs to be set up to produce comprehensive nonpartisan voter information covering all things that can be voted on in local, state and national elections.
- Who funds the NRA? A straightforward view of who funds The National Rifle Association (NRA).
- The brains of Conservatives and Liberals are different: 20 peer-reviewed studies show liberals and conservatives are physiologically different.