On the one-sided nature of academics’ concern over illegal immigration and human rights.
Monthly Archives For June 2006
It may be illegal for school children to say the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, Rep. Todd Akin, R-MO, dreads.
What students may hear about the proposal for Hawaiian Sovereignty and what the plan would actually do may be two different things.
Public schools redefine deviancy and offer a revisionist take on Cuban communism to survivors of same.
Historians could take a few lessons from David McCullough.
It is amazing how many people equate an age-segregated institution like the public school with the real world.
Not so long ago, Tancredo was regarded as little more than a noisy pest on Capitol Hill. His colleagues shook their heads at his tireless demands for crackdowns on American employers who hire illegal immigrants and for a 700-mile-long fence along the Mexican border.
Conservatives across the nation’s campuses, take hope in dealing with radical feminists.
From a recent debate on college-level women’s studies courses, we get a glimpse of why graduates with that degree are hard to find, though such classes have become commonplace in most universities.
Alarmed at the very idea that military recruiters can make direct appeals to high school students, a prominent anti-war academic is making some misleading statements of his own.