At the Heritage Foundation blogger’s briefing from 12-1 on December 15, 2009, M. Stanton Evans will be giving a few remarks on Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying.
Over $43 million in federal stimulus funds will be spent on outgoing state university employees, reports the Press Citizen today.
A surprisingly positive development in the textbook publishing world leads us to believe that hoped-for change may actually arrive some day.
Here’s a tidbit you are unlikely to get from the Women’s Studies Center: Mothers in countries with restrictive abortion laws are healthier than those in nations which have abortion on demand.
One Edinburgh University climate scientist argues in a December New Scientist article that common activities such as washing clothes, using toilet paper and drinking coffee are among the “five eco-crimes we commit every day.”
Opponents of abstinence education who say it doesn’t work speak with some authority: They’ve been doing their level best to defeat it.
Accuracy in Academia has long reported on the types of smut promoted in America’s public schools. Now a “team of independent researchers” has prepared a report on the GLSEN reading list for students.
Radical UIC professor Bill Ayers took to the streets of Chicago protesting President Obama’s recently-announced surge in Afghanistan.
Update: Former Duke University employee Frank Lombard will seek a plea agreement to charges that he sexually exploited a minor. Details of the agreement will be made available at a plea hearing on December 17,…