When awake, trustees on university boards tend to be more Republican than professors.
Monthly Archives For July 2007
This July, Washington Post writer Marc Kaufman championed a two-year Global Warming study by the Union of Concerned Scientists in his article, “Study: Inaction on Warming Will Be Disruptive, Costly.” The study, which the author obviously supports, makes sweeping pronouncements about the global Armageddon to come.
Officials in Key Largo, Florida were apparently living by the old adage of “going the extra mile”(Matthew 5:41). In January, two Gideons were arrested for distributing Bibles on a public sidewalk outside a local elementary school.
The Justice and Development Party (AKP), a conservative Islamic party in Turkey, expanded its electoral lead in the July 22, 2007 elections by 13% over its 2002 levels, garnering 47% of the popular vote.
In a bizarre case at Pace University, former student Stanislav Shmulevich has been accused of taking two copies of the Koran from a “meditation room” and throwing them in toilets.
The Khalil Gibran International Academy, a secondary public school with an Arabic-based curriculum, will open its doors this fall despite an outcry from local taxpayers.
David Horowtiz’s Indoctrination U can be seen as a postscript to his earlier work, The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America, released in 2006.
In anticipation of the upcoming academic year, two State universities plan to install foot baths in their public restrooms, funded with tax money.
Wherever he is, long-deceased underground filmmaker Ed Wood must feel vindicated. When he was alive, Wood’s arena—transexualism—was considered outside the mainstream. Now, it is the mainstream, at least in public schools.
Atheists are no longer getting the special treatment, in certain schools anyway. Allah is “what’s up” now.