If the policies of former President Jimmy Carter seem more successful in their college classroom retelling than they do when matched up against the historical record, it might be because so many alumni of the one-term chief executive’s administration are themselves academics.
Monthly Archives For June 2005
Ben Shapiro’s new book, Porn Generation, may serve to expose a generational divide. Subtitled How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future, the book’s more lurid details might leave many in Shapiro’s age bracket (21) nonplussed but the middle-aged among us aghast.
Pope Benedict XVI, with the Cold War that John Paul helped to end largely over, has indicated that he will devote more attention to American colleges and universities that are Catholic in Name Only.
The recent Air Force Academy report concludes that there is no “overt religious discrimination” taking place at the Academy, but there are examples of “insensitivity.” What is not being reported is the insensitive climate that has been created for practicing Christians.
While Chicago’s West Side may be one of the nation’s most dangerous neighborhoods, a school has emerged as a beacon of hope in the area.
One of the remarkable aspects of the War on Terror is the degree to which those who sympathize with movements with which the United States is in armed military conflict operate openly in America.
Although the public employees union is presenting a united front in opposition to one of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ballot initiatives, members of the California Teachers Association are far from unified over the amount of capital that the CTA plans to spend to defeat the measure.
In the ongoing saga of Thomas Klocek, an adjunct professor at DePaul University in Chicago, at least until recently, we can see the double standard that governs higher education today, even in nominally private schools run by religious orders.
One would think that you could avoid encountering the looniest of academic leftists by attending campuses south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Maybe not.
The roster of speakers who will address Accuracy in Academia’s Conservative University conference this summer is filling up but so is space in the audience.