Do mental health screenings for children lead to finding problems before they start, or creating problems by drugging kids for life?
Monthly Archives For March 2006
The seven-year plan of the frat boys in the film classic Animal House has become the reality for two-thirds of American college students.
While Yale is busy keeping the ROTC out of their hallowed halls, they choose to admit a former member of the Taliban.
In Wisconsin, one university system is considering a new policy that would grant more right to RAs, while another school’s funding of organizations is examined.
Students aren’t just sitting back and taking it when teachers try to indoctrinate them these days: some bring tape recorders to school.
A new Fox News journalist recently moderated a talk on NSA surveillance and promoted the idea that the wiretaps are actually being used to spy on Bush’s opposition.
The Rutherford Institute plans to appeal on behalf of a teacher whose religious-themed posters were removed from his classroom walls while he was out sick.
Funkhouser, a professor at Occidental College, writes about the explicit declared political war that is waging on university campuses.
Post-secondary indoctrination can be pretty intense too.
Penn State policies on intolerance, harrasment and discrimination are being challenged by a lawsuit filed on Feb. 22 by the Alliance Defense Fund.