The premiere of It’s Still Elementary, a retrospective documentary featuring the public’s response to the controversial 1996 It’s Elementary film on homosexual discussions in Elementary School classrooms, was hosted by the NEA.
Articles By: Bethany Stotts
Diplomacy has already begun to take center stage in Iraq, and Colonel McGinley offers practical solutions for an effective transition.
Offense is a “psychological construct,” argues University of Nevada-Reno Adjunct Professor William O’Donohue.
West Virginia University Professor Daniel Shapiro questions the benefits of universal healthcare.
The events at the University of Delaware follow a common trend among academic institutions, and—despite their shocking nature—fail to surprise those familiar with university-sponsored politically-correct mantras.
Blogging has increased dramatically over the last few years, marked by a proportionate increase in lawsuits.
If Congress follows the advice of the Commerce Committee’s carefully selected witnesses, a comprehensive reform agenda could soon sweep all areas of broadcast media.
A partisanship check of the Harvard Institute of Politics’ Resident and Visiting Fellows reveals 62 Democratic Fellows and 31 Republican Fellows.
American antipathy toward trade has been growing rapidly. However, world-renowned economist Jagdish Bhagwati argues that American free trade phobia is unjustified.
Thought to be a relic of the 1980’s, the ironically named Fairness Doctrine that enabled the federal government to muzzle conservative voices on the airwaves may soon come back with a vengeance.