Is the National Security Archive at George Washington University connected to left-wing billionaire George Soros?
Articles By: Cliff Kincaid
They found a guilty convict.
On the 50th anniversary of Whittaker Chambers’ death, July 9, it is appropriate for the media to address the legacy of international communism and the Western response.
When academics actually get a chance to implement international law, justice doesn’t take a back seat: It gets kicked out of the car.
Law professors such as Bruce Ackerman of Yale have noted that Obama’s war is unconstitutional, but you don’t have to be a law professor to come to this conclusion.
Further embarrassment ensued when Graham essentially took the Fifth and refused to name the members of the House and Senate he has personally lobbied in order to stave off proposed federal regulations that will cut into the profits of a Washington Post Company subsidiary, Kaplan.
At only university in North America chartered by the Vatican.
A Washington Post story about Catholic professors challenging Rep. John Boehner’s Catholic faith with an open letter to the House Speaker ignores the role of one of the key signers in a George Soros-funded group.
The Catholic University of America (CUA) may have thought that AFL-CIO President Emeritus John Sweeney’s May 2nd speech on campus would be non-controversial.
You don’t have to look far for an academic connection to terrorism.