Over the last half century, America has become embroiled in a culture war between so-called Open Society liberals and Reaganite conservatives.
Articles By: Bethany Stotts
It seems that the professional media guidelines currently require coverage of Iraq to focus on ongoing insurgency, death counts, and sectarian violence, and that the media characterize the newly formed democratic Iraqi government as largely ineffectual.
“Environmental Utopia” attempts to demonstrate that radical environmentalism imposes disastrous costs on society.
In the race to politicize the census results, it seems that policy makers are selectively ignoring the significant limitations of the census data.
The poverty rate dropped to its lowest level since 2002 but don’t expect to read any upbeat news stories on it.
Miriam Grossman, M.D., author of Unprotected, is fed up with the politically correct expectations of psychiatry, which have led her to avoid discussing the psychological ramifications of faith, promiscuity, abortion, and infertility with her patients at UCLA
The 2007 NEA Convention, held June 30 through July 5 in Philadelphia, PA, highlighted many social and political considerations ranging from gay rights to global warming to amnesty, but opposed school choice or tax credits for home-schooling parents.
New evidence has brought greater credibility to the old truism that multicultural tolerance excludes the campus’ greatest religious pariah, the Christian evangelical.
Apparently, taking a vacation four times longer than that which most taxpayers enjoy is a teachers’ professional right.
In this version, we correct an incorrect spelling in the original, in underline and bold.