Academics are trying out a new way to make peace with American icons, namely by turning them into liberals long after their death. Such seems to be Johns Hopkins University (JHU) professor Richard Halpern’s approach to the art of Norman Rockwell.
Monthly Archives For May 2007
Academic persecution is claiming another victim at Iowa State University (ISU). Despite being one of the foremost astronomy professors in the
country, Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez has been denied tenure because of his views on intelligent design.
Never have I met a man that had such a great vision. He said over 30 years ago that God called him to build a university where students could get an unparallel education, with a strong Christian curriculum; where we have Division 1 athletes–competing at the highest level in the NCAA, and where we would be the largest evangelical university in the world. God saw that those things were fulfilled before Jerry went to be home.
Shouldn’t universities be promoting different thoughts and viewpoints, encouraging diverse discussion and debate? Does this homogeneous, narrow-minded, intolerant brainwashing that’s happening all over American campuses perk your interest? Then you must see Indoctrinate U!
America’s first openly gay governor becomes the latest Democratic officeholder not to let the revolving door into academia hit him on the way out of elected office.
The Rutherford Institute has issued guidelines for constitutionally permissible ways to incorporate prayer and religious expression into graduation ceremonies without violating the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, as well as certain practices that should be avoided.
The groundwork for the dissolution of American sovereignty may have been laid at a conference earlier this year at American University.
The graduating seniors at the six high schools in the Ouachita Parish School District voted to have a fellow student give a message during this week’s graduation ceremonies.
Border, a new independent documentary film confronting the hot topic of illegal immigration along the Mexican border is receiving rave reviews on college campuses. Border films what is really happening in the southwest.
Academics trying to rewrite the Reagan years may need magicians’ mirrors because the actual data don’t support the spin that these “public scholars” would dearly like to put on the 80s.