Students for a Democratic Society are back, after a 37 year absence.
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What should a university do about professors with conspiracy theories?
Although the World Bank is a frequent target of the academic left, the multilateral government agency actually functions in a manner not altogether dissimilar from that of the UN. Specifically, it subsidizes government agencies all over the world.
SUNY Fredonia’s Professor Kershnar is proof that the war for freedom within the academy is not always student vs. school.
John Keeley of the Center for Immigration Studies recently spoke about immigration reform issues at an AIA sponsored forum.
Jessica Echard spoke about guest worker programs at last week’s Immigration Forum hosted by AIA.
Speaking at and AIA event, Congressman J.D. Hayworth recently had some strong words to the President and to the public about the immigration crisis.
“Teachers for a Democratic Society,” as they call themselves, are professors from across the country trying to defend Ward Churchill, now that the University of Colorado has fired him.
A number of people recently gathered at the Heritage Foundation to discuss the Visa Waiver Policy.
This year though, there is a new book that politics majors, particularly world politics majors, should read. The book is called Redefining Sovereignty.