The second Conservatism on Tap was a great success, bringing about 75 young conservatives together to discuss The Roberts Court last week.
Monthly Archives For August 2006
The Iowa-based ACT is trumpeting its latest college entrance examination scores as improved but a closer examination of the test results reveals them to be pretty pathetic.
It’s official. We are a nation of illiterates, with college degrees, the U. S. Commission on the fuutre of higher education found at their recent meeting, but looked everywhere but at colleges and universities themselves to find the reason, much like most boards of trustees.
A university study exposes Al_Jazeera but, of course, it does not come from an American institution of higher learning.
Although it may not get much attention in Asian Studies courses, China exported the cruise missile that Hezbollah used to attack an Israeli ship, one of the components that set off the Israel/Lebanon conflict, the U.S. China Commission found.
A 148-year-old Catholic university may be getting a take on Church traditions that it never bargained for when a new Franciscan friar joins them in the fall.
It looks like Erskine Bowles could be the next Larry Summers.
In recent weeks, the University of Wisconsin-Superior has denied recognition of the school’s InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison has derecognized the Knights of Columbus.
Paul Wolfowitz recently discussed issues dealing with the World Bank at the Heritage Foundation.
Albemarle County Public Schools was forced to reverse their distribution ban on religious literature after the Liberty Counsel’s involvement.