The academic left has painted itself into a peculiar corner. They urge the rejection of traditional grammar as chauvinistic, or, more frequently, “hegemonic.” Unfortunately for them, they eventually have to read papers by students who have previously been taught by teachers who also share this outlook.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Critics of higher education who say American colleges do not prepare students for life after graduation may be way off base: Among federal judges, the problem may be that they do try to apply their education to the post-graduate day jobs that they hold.
Ever wonder how all those animals, plants and bugs get on the Endangered Species List? It’s more than an academic question though that is where the answer has its roots.
Despite Winston Churchill’s great leadership and wisdom, there seem to be very few college courses on him.
Some colleges and universities may be getting way too close to the debate over U. S. border security.
When most Professors talk about religion, they have trouble relating to most evangelicals.
Academics finding common cause with let-wing activists are not a new story, particularly since they are frequently the same people. But their effort to influence Evangelical Christians suggests a new twist on an old cliché: If you can’t beat them, subvert them.
Senator James Inhofe believes eco-terrorism is a problem for higher education in more than one way.
Public schools redefine deviancy and offer a revisionist take on Cuban communism to survivors of same.
On the one-sided nature of academics’ concern over illegal immigration and human rights.