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Fisher v. Texas, Take Two

, Spencer Irvine

At the Heritage Foundation on the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, two law professors gave a preview of the second Fisher v. Texas decision, which was again before the U.S. Supreme Court. Vanderbilt Law’s own James…

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Artistic Freedom Well Spent

, Malcolm A. Kline

We have spared no shortage of blog space on our problems with George Washington University over the past three decades. Nonetheless, we found something worthwhile on their Foggy Bottom campus that all who are in…

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The Rise of ISIS in America

, Spencer Irvine

The George Washington University Program on Extremism recently published a study on Islam-based extremism by sympathizers of the Islamic State (also known as ISIS, Daesh, or as the Obama administration says, ISIL). The study’s executive…

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Academic Millionaires

, Malcolm A. Kline

You can always count on Democratic candidates for president to bash millionaires, even while cultivating their friendship and support behind the scenes. Yet and still, what you are never likely to hear is their inclusion…

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Everyone is Offended at GWU

, Spencer Irvine

George Washington University President Steven Knapp issued a statement through his office after a flag controversy flared up at one of the university dorm halls. A student, who is Palestinian, hung a Palestinian flag outside…

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Bad Business with China 101

, Malcolm A. Kline

Those who warn of the dangers of professors making pronouncements outside their area of expertise may have been a bit too hasty. A case might be made for encouraging business professors to look at foreign…

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Woodrow Wilson’s Clay Feet

, Malcolm A. Kline

There is something deliciously ironic about academic and media elites rethinking Woodrow Wilson, probably the president they have lionized most until the current occupant of the White House took office. It is an irony that…

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The Aftermath in Iraq

, Malcolm A. Kline

For about a decade, we have heard that Christians fared better under Saddam Hussein than they ever have since his overthrow so we decided to put the question to a panel of experts. “Well, their…

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