How do you look at what is happening on college campuses today and not find a left-wing bias? You interview professors and ask them if there is one.
Veteran educator Tony Wagner argues that American schools, both public and private have missed the mark when it comes to teaching our children the survival skills needed for gainful employment.
Dr. Stanley Fish’s new work takes a controversial stance towards the purpose of higher education.
William Owens, Jr., argues that voting Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) into the presidency could prove disastrous, if not a curse to the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to the progress of Black Americans.
The new book, From Crayons to Condoms by Steve Baldwin and Karen Holgate is a must-read for parents everywhere.
Dr. Jerome Corsi first caught national attention with Unfit For Command in 2004. He has returned with The Obama Nation, a book which seeks to match Unfit’s feat, if not surpass it.
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).