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Cop Killer was a Pothead

, Cliff Kincaid

John Avlon’s dishonest column on the cop-killers in Las Vegas should be studied by journalism students as an example of how to exploit a tragedy for political purposes. It is a shame he gets on…

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Educating…the Chicago Way

, Eric Owens

Thursday marked a high point for opponents of Common Core, as Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed legislation making her state the third to ditch the national educational standards. To read the rest of the Daily…

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Regent Does Job, Suffers

, Malcolm A. Kline

We have written about the travails of University of Texas regent Wallace Hall who, because of his investigation into UT practices, became a bête noire to the political establishment in the state capitol. As we…

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The Hegemonic Presidency of Obama

, David Corbin and Matthew Parks

In a week of news coverage dominated by the Bergdahl affair, President Obama submitted, “I’m never surprised by controversies that are whipped up in Washington,” before forwarding his administration’s latest rationale as to why he…

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Tipping Point on Iran

, Spencer Irvine

Dr. Matthew Kroenig, associate professor and the international relations field chair at Georgetown University, spoke at a the Heritage Foundation on Iran’s nuclear proliferation efforts and his newest book, A Time to Attack: The Looming…

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Future of Conservative Education

, Ethan Gaitz

As the 2014 midterm elections near, conservative Republicans have found themselves in a situation that demands more than a mere denunciation of President Obama’s policies. There has been no shortage of criticism from the GOP…

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Hole in the Diversity Grail

, Malcolm A. Kline

Academia is doubling down on diversity and on anyone who comes near it offering diverse thoughts. A special supplement of The Chronicle of Higher Education features articles entitled: “First-Generation at Georgetown—A broad support system helps…

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Extending Common Core

, Spencer Irvine

The deputy assistant secretary for elementary and secondary education spoke at the left-wing think tank Center for American Progress this past week. After his remarks, several leaders of afterschool nonprofit programs participated in a panel…

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