Unfortunately, what comes out of academia does not stay there.
Articles By: Cliff Kincaid
Self-described Washington Post “fact checker,” Michael Dobbs, has worked for the paper since 1980, has written three books, and has held fellowships at Harvard and Princeton.
The true story of how the Law of the Sea Treaty came into being is a fascinating one.
A look at two academic icons—the United Nations and Alger Hiss.
University of Miami law school professor gets tripped up by events while promoting the Law of the Sea Treaty.
For example, how many people know that one of the brains behind the treaty was a Harvard Law Professor, Louis Sohn, who believed in world government? And that Sohn favored a world government with hundreds of thousands of troops, nuclear weapons, and military bases around the world? And that Sohn was a major influence on the current Yale Law School Dean who could become President Hillary Clinton’s first nomination to the Supreme Court?
Surprise. Criticism of Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch can be traced back to…academia.
A library featuring the personal
papers of anti-communist hero Whittaker Chambers will be opened on the site of
The groundwork for the dissolution of American sovereignty may have been laid at a conference earlier this year at American University.
Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune notes the strange decision by NBC to put its NBC News logo and the NBC peacock, “in all its multicolored glory,” on the videos and photos that it released of Virginia Tech mass murderer Cho Seung Hui.