The infamous far-left blogger, Max Blumenthal, perhaps best known for his harassment of Michelle Malkin at the 2007 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), has persevered in his online posting of pseudo-documentaries.
For example, how many people know that one of the brains behind the treaty was a Harvard Law Professor, Louis Sohn, who believed in world government? And that Sohn favored a world government with hundreds of thousands of troops, nuclear weapons, and military bases around the world? And that Sohn was a major influence on the current Yale Law School Dean who could become President Hillary Clinton’s first nomination to the Supreme Court?
If you support a law school that is Catholic in more than just name, you will never hear the end of it, especially if you are in the legal profession.
How much do you want to bet that any such academy would re-enforce the Administration’s position on universal health care, raising taxes and so on?
Surprise. Criticism of Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch can be traced back to…academia.
In a bizarre case at Pace University, former student Stanislav Shmulevich has been accused of taking two copies of the Koran from a “meditation room” and throwing them in toilets.
While some American schools are rushing to ban “Christmas” parties and Bible clubs, others are going out of their way to promote prayer in schools.
National Association of Scholars welcomes the 8-to-1 decision of the University
of Colorados Board of Regents to strip Ward Churchill of his tenured appointment
as a faculty member .
When academics leave their Ivory Cocoon to share their thoughts with the rest of us, these forays show them to be so out of sync with reality that we can see why they usually keep their ruminations in the classroom where they can become make-or-break test questions or term papers.
Harvard professor Jessica Stern told a New York audience yesterday that criticism of Muslim clerics for not condemning Muslim violence was unwarranted.