Freedomnomics 101

Conservative University is a project of Accuracy in Academia and offers free online courses promoting conservative principles. The courses are geared towards college students, but are open to all lovers of liberty and free speech! Each course is taught…

Sex, Lies and Women’s Studies

Conservative University is a project of Accuracy in Academia and will offer free online courses promoting conservative principles. The courses will primarily be geared towards college students, but are open to all lovers of liberty…

Diana West: Who Betrayed America?

Diana West speaking at our Author’s Night event at the Heritage Foundation this past summer.  

M. Stanton Evans uncovers Stalin’s Secret Agents in New Deal

Journalist M. Stanton Evans uncovers Stalin’s Secret Agents in New Deal at Accuracy in Academia author’s night on June 18, 2013.

Wife Beating is legal under Islamic Law?

Egyptian human rights activist Cynthia Farahat is an associate fellow at the Middle East Forum. The author of a political novel entitled Cognac, she has testified before Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission in the House…

AIA’s Debate – Does the left-right dyad dissallow proper education in universities

On June 14, 2012, Mal Kline, the executive director of Accuracy in Academia, debated John K. Wilson of the American Association of University Professors at the Heritage Foundation. Wilson, who edits the academe blog for…

AIA’s Debate – Opening statements by Mal Kline and John K. Wilson

On June 14, 2012, Mal Kline, the executive director of Accuracy in Academia, debated John K. Wilson of the American Association of University Professors at the Heritage Foundation.

Ten Questions About Tenure, Or Less

Naomi Schaefer Riley of the Wall Street Journal answers questions about tenure, the subject of her book, The Faculty Lounges.

Reading the Constitution

Find out how you can participate in We Read the Constitution in this video.

Malcolm Kline on InsideAcademia.tv

Malcolm Kline joins Andy Nash for a conversation about higher education and Accuracy in Academia.

Bureaucratic Blueprint

Two old government hands assess the extent of the remaking of the state under the current administration.

Bureaucratic Blueprint Part 2

Two old government hands assess the extent of the remaking of the state under the current administration.

Bureaucratic Blueprint Part 3

Two old government hands assess the extent of the remaking of the state under the current administration.

Elena Kagan’s Tenure Review

AIA director Mal Kline gives Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan lower grades than Harvard ever did.

William F. Buckley Jr. Revival

Discover the original intent of one of the founding fathers of conservatism from his esteemed biographer Lee Edwards.

William F. Buckley Jr. Revival Part 2

Discover the original intent of one of the founding fathers of conservatism from his esteemed biographer Lee Edwards.

William F. Buckley Jr. Revival Part 3

Discover the original intent of one of the founding fathers of conservatism from his esteemed biographer Lee Edwards.

Spreading Wealth of Knowledge

The economic mysteries that many congressmen from both parties cannot comprehend are unravelled by veteran journalist M. Stanton Evans in his author’s night discussion of Accuracy in Academia’s textbook, Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, a book he inspired.

Spreading Wealth of Knowledge Part 2

The economic mysteries that many congressmen from both parties cannot comprehend are unravelled by veteran journalist M. Stanton Evans in his author’s night discussion of Accuracy in Academia’s textbook, Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, a book he inspired.

Spreading Wealth of Knowledge Part 3

The economic mysteries that many congressmen from both parties cannot comprehend are unravelled by veteran journalist M. Stanton Evans in his author’s night discussion of Accuracy in Academia’s textbook, Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, a book he inspired.

Health Care Rationing Explained

Author M. Stanton Evans, who wrote the forward to Accuracy in Academia’s textbook Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, explains how government policies lead to shortages of health care.

Back to the Future

Reagan biographer Steve Hayward shows the startling similarities in the world faced by America’s 40th president and our own modern times.

Back to the Future Part 2

Reagan biographer Steve Hayward shows the startling similarities in the world faced by America’s 40th president and our own modern times.

Back to the Future Part 3

Reagan biographer Steve Hayward shows the startling similarities in the world faced by America’s 40th president and our own modern times.

Moral Tax Reform

Former Accuracy in Academia director Leslie Carbone shows that it is in her book Slaying Leviathan: The Moral Case for Tax Reform. Watch her discuss it at the last AIA author’s night on October 15, 2009.

Moral Tax Reform Part 2

Former Accuracy in Academia director Leslie Carbone shows that it is in her book Slaying Leviathan: The Moral Case for Tax Reform. Watch her discuss it at the last AIA author’s night on October 15, 2009.

Moral Tax Reform Part 3

Former Accuracy in Academia director Leslie Carbone shows that it is in her book Slaying Leviathan: The Moral Case for Tax Reform. Watch her discuss it at the last AIA author’s night on October 15, 2009.

Outsourcing the U.S. Constitution

Accuracy in Academia featured George Mason University law professor Jeremy Rabkin in a special Constitution Day authors night at the National Press Club on September 17, 2009 answering the question “Are we outsourcing the U. S. Constitution?”

Outsourcing the U.S. Constitution Part 2

Accuracy in Academia featured George Mason University law professor Jeremy Rabkin in a special Constitution Day authors night at the National Press Club on September 17, 2009 answering the question “Are we outsourcing the U. S. Constitution?”

Outsourcing the U.S. Constitution Part 3

Accuracy in Academia featured George Mason University law professor Jeremy Rabkin in a special Constitution Day authors night at the National Press Club on September 17, 2009 answering the question “Are we outsourcing the U. S. Constitution?”

Outsourcing the U.S. Constitution Part 4

Accuracy in Academia featured George Mason University law professor Jeremy Rabkin in a special Constitution Day authors night at the National Press Club on September 17, 2009 answering the question “Are we outsourcing the U. S. Constitution?”

Leadership Defined Part 1

At a time when political leaders seem befuddled at best, American Enterprise Institute scholar Steven F. Hayward discusses two statesmen he has written extensively about—Winston Churchill and Ronald Reagan—at an Accuracy in Academia author’s night in October 2007.

Leadership Defined Part 2

At a time when political leaders seem befuddled at best, American Enterprise Institute scholar Steven F. Hayward discusses two statesmen he has written extensively about—Winston Churchill and Ronald Reagan—at an Accuracy in Academia author’s night in October 2007.

Classics Resurrected Part 1

The best books that students never get assigned anymore were discussed by literary scholar Elizabeth Kantor at an Accuracy in Academia author’s night in August 2007.

Classics Resurrected Part 2

The best books that students never get assigned anymore were discussed by literary scholar Elizabeth Kantor at an Accuracy in Academia author’s night in August 2007.

Health Care Made Opaque

A women’s studies major puts his education to use explaining health care.

Voodoo Unveiled

Last year, on July 31, 2008, the late Christopher T. Warden, a working journalist turned journalism professor, explained economics in terms so basic that even reporters and politicians should understand, particularly in these perilous economic times.

ABCs of Community Organizing

Being uninformed may not be essential to working with activist groups such as ACORN but as this video from the American Journalism Center shows, it seems to help.

Uninformed Activists for ObamaCare

On tape!

Voodoo Anyone? Vindicated Part 1

Listen to the often-prophetic comments of Professor Christopher T. Warden, author of Accuracy in Academia’s textbook Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, in his last radio interview.

Voodoo Anyone? Vindicated Part 2

Listen to the often-prophetic comments of Professor Christopher T. Warden, author of Accuracy in Academia’s textbook Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, in his last radio interview.

In Sickness and in Health

Between 1965 and 1980, Medicare costs went up dramatically above policymaker’s original projections, Troy University professor Christopher T. Warden pointed out in an Accuracy in Academia seminar at the National Press Club on July 31. This year’s Medicaid expenditures totaled $391 billion.

The former editorial-page editor of Investors Business Daily, Warden is the author of Voodoo Anyone? Economics for Journalists, a textbook that AIA is publishing.

Video taken by Santiago Leon, an intern at the American Journalism Center, a training program run by Accuracy in Media and Accuracy in Academia. Produced by Bethany Stotts, a staff writer at Accuracy in Academia.

North To Alaska

The late Troy University professor Christopher T. Warden, the former editorial page editor of Investor’s Business Daily, explains why gas prices are so high in a recent Accuracy in Academia meeting at the National Press Club.