One of the remarkable aspects of the War on Terror is the degree to which those who sympathize with movements with which the United States is in armed military conflict operate openly in America.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
In the ongoing saga of Thomas Klocek, an adjunct professor at DePaul University in Chicago, at least until recently, we can see the double standard that governs higher education today, even in nominally private schools run by religious orders.
The roster of speakers who will address Accuracy in Academia’s Conservative University conference this summer is filling up but so is space in the audience.
In his Politically Incorrect Guide to American History Thomas E. Woods writes about the victims of communism, a subject few academics care to visit.
David McCullough gives some insight as to why the Ivory Tower produces such, at best, lackluster histories.
When I first discovered the work of Columbia University professor Rashid Khalidi [pictured], I did come to one conclusion: His thoughts may be bizarre but they are his own. Now, I am not so sure.
Feminists at Montclair State University may want to petition the school for a portion of the income from student activity fees that the Muslim Student Association receives on the New Jersey campus.
Students today may know less mathematics than the pupils of any previous generation but they do feel better about it.
American University went beyond being environmentally-friendly when it hosted convicted eco-terrorist Rodney Coronado two years ago.
Students are moving away from politically correct humanities majors and courses towards the social sciences.