Is academia color-blind? Maybe not as much as it thinks it is.
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Academia, which gave the President and his health care overhaul overwhelming support, is now cutting back on the health care it provides in order to comply with the law.
According to researchers, disgust, dissatisfaction and disillusionment with the U.S. public school system is on the rise, so much so that the number of homeschoolers is on the rise.
In total, 45 states including the District of Columbia (which is notorious for its failing public school system) have adopted the Common Core standards.
A college president actually wrote a book critical of the president.
A little bit of broadcasting history which you are unlikely to get in a broadcast journalism class.
News flash: Giving taxpayer funding to the rich is not any variation of conservative—fusion, libertarian, traditional or paleo.
You would think that there would be widespread agreement on the dubious value of giving federal aid to the rich.
The debate over drilling for natural gas, which has been coined “fracking” by both opponents and supporters, has a new frontier. No, it is not Nebraska or other Midwestern locales, but in upstate New York.
The People’s Money: How Voters Will Balance the Budget and Eliminate the Federal Debt, is a refreshing take on how the American people, not the politicians, would change the current political discussion if they were empowered to do so.