Recent Articles

We Remember Pearl Harbor

, Spencer Irvine

We at Accuracy in Academia recognize the sacrifices made on that day, where U.S. servicemen died in Pearl Harbor when Japanese bombers attacked the U.S. fleet stationed there. We remember December 7th, 1941 through the words…

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What’s Next for Trump and Taiwan?

, Spencer Irvine

Before President-elect Trump’s recent exchange of greetings with Taiwanese leaders, Gordon G. Chang, author of The Coming Collapse of China, spoke at the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation , giving his take the incoming administration and…

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Intern with Us! Apply Today!

, Spencer Irvine

Do you want to intern in the nation’s capital? We offer journalism and writing internships in the Washington, D.C. area for college students and have rolling deadlines, so please apply. Scholarships are offered. Please spread…

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The Moral Sickness of the Left

, Cliff Kincaid

Donald J. Trump is labeled by CNN as a liar on a regular basis, while the dead communist tyrant Fidel Castro is lauded as a revolutionary hero. American reporters are in Havana, Cuba to film…

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Academic Freedom has Veered Off Course

, Spencer Irvine

Jay Schalin,  Director of Policy Analysis at the John William Pope Center for Higher Education, wrote an insightful report on academic freedom in public versus private colleges, the roots and evolution of academic freedom, and…

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Academic Gets The Right Wrong

, Malcolm A. Kline

In the Chronicle Review, a Stanford historian interviews George Nash, distinguished chronicler of the political right, with the pretty tacit intent of bashing Trump supporters. “It might be preposterous in this, the year of Trump,…

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