Dr. Alan Charles Kors of the University of Pennsylvania delivered a powerful speech at the Leadership Institute last Wednesday regarding the trend of American institutions of higher education toward increasingly liberal rule.
Monthly Archives For June 2007
Reagan’s outstanding moral character and positive motivation, which formed the foundation for his much-celebrated presidency, shone forth in his daily thoughts and reflections.
Leading clergymen and women warned of the dangers of global warming at a congressional hearing on June 7th.
In the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre and the call for more gun control and firearm-free zones, at least one economist is offering an independent analysis that is worth considering.
A new study on urban families by University of Virginia professor W. Brad Wilcox confirms what many of us already suspected–religious fathers tend to have better relationships with their spouses and children than unbelieving men.
Last week, Catholic League president Bill Donohue wrote to Michigan lawmakers regarding news reports that the University of Michigan-Dearborn is planning to spend $25,000 for footbaths so that Muslim students can practice their religion more easily. Of the lawmakers who have responded thus far, only one has defended this arrangement, State Sen. Gilda Z. Jacobs.
If college students are watching less television, their viewing habits could drastically cut down on their indoctrination time.
In his controversial book Kill Your Teacher, Rabbi Nachum Shifren offers a provocative account of his nightmarish days as a teacher in the politically-correct and corrupt Los Angeles Unified School District.
Claims that big spending on government preschool programs result in wide long-term societal benefits are built on evidential quicksand.
Along with supposedly beneficial small class sizes, another constant refrain of American education officials is that there is a teacher shortage in the United States.