Even when they are trying to be even-handed, academics show their biases. Case in point: a double book review in the Chronicle of Higher Education that seeks to equate the fathers of the two presidential candidates.
Psychologist Polly Young-Eisendrath suggests parents raise their children with the perspective that they are ordinary people living among other ordinary folks.
Buoyed by their success in persuading students to “get involved,” left-leaning college professors have overlooked a fundamental law of physics that can apply to human relations as well: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
To Set the Record Straight: How Swift Boat Veterans, POWs and the New Media Defeated John Kerry offers a chilling insight into the media manipulation of the Vietnam War and the records involving U.S. Senator John Kerry’s experience with the communist-backed protest organization Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW).
Scattered Pictures: Reflections Of An American Muslim is a collection of scholarly essays written by Imam Zaid Shakir on a range of issues confronting Muslims today.
Robert Conquest recently reflected back on the torrent of illuminating information about the former Soviet Union that has come out since the first edition was published four decades ago.
Senator Jim Demint (R-SC) said that unwed pregnant women should not be schoolteachers, and the media accused him of intolerance.
Liberals accept cheating on taxes, cheating on their spouses and lying for their own self interests, Peter Schweizer, author of Makers and Takers, said at the Heritage Foundation.
“From the crack house to the coffeehouse”: a panel discusses the transformation of Harlem and Bronzeville.
Scott McClellan’s book What Happened spans a range of events that occurred during the Bush years and provides scathing profiles of several star-studded White House leaders.