Critical thinking seems to have eluded the media and academic elites in their mostly gushing reaction to the President’s speech on the Middle East, given in Cairo. Fortunately, the people who really know something about the issues involved are attempting to fill the void.
Developments on campuses from kindergarten through college help to show the prescience of author M. Stanton Evans’ law of inadequate paranoia: No matter how bad you think things are, when you look into them, you find that they are a lot worse.<
Nearly 400 graduating seniors at Pace High School stood up in protest against the ACLU and recited the Lord’s Prayer during their graduation ceremony on Saturday.
Much is being said about President Obama’s speech today at Cairo University. Left-leaning pundits have touted the speech in a leading Arab nation
ome of President Obama’s supporters have
attempted to justify the honorary degree given him by Notre Dame by
comparing it to an honorary degree given by the same university to
the newly elected President George W. Bush. The cases are in no way
At last count, the Obama administration employed 36
open homosexuals. That number could climb to 37 if the Department of Education manages to squeak Kevin Jennings past an unsuspecting public.
We expected liberal appointments to executive positions in an Obama administration, but it was still startling to learn that Education Secretary
Arne Duncan had actually appointed Kevin Jennings, founder of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), to be Assistant Deputy
Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools.
Today Liberty Counsel filed a complaint with the IRS, asking the agency
to investigate the tax-exempt status of Americans United for
Separation of Church and State (“AU”).
It is said that freedom is not free. The wise person knows this to be true. However, it takes more than wisdom to know the exact value. If anyone knows the price, it is the men of the 101st Airborne Division.
After nine years of investigation, Ireland’s Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse has published its findings.