While some American schools are rushing to ban “Christmas” parties and Bible clubs, others are going out of their way to promote prayer in schools.
Monthly Archives For July 2007
It turns out that the Supreme Court, at least lately, has been poring over more facts in studying race and education than most public school officials have.
Although it is known in our nation’s capital as “The Great Divide,” at least one veteran journalist points out that the divisions of opinion on the issue of illegal immigration are between the Washington elite and the rest of the country.
In the last few months, a series of reports about the looming dangers of products from Communist China has sparked a public outcry against compromised foreign safety standards.
An increasing number of policy analysts are finding that, despite what you hear from media and academic elites, global warming may be neither universal nor particularly warm.
Medical expert “Dr. Drew” Pinsky is renowned across America as a leader in addressing issues affecting today’s youth.
With the recent revelation that the Department of Defense cannot locate more than 50,000 containers, concerns about the government’s ability to equip soldiers on the battlefield prompted Senators Daniel Akaka (D-HI) and George Voinovich (R-OH) to call the fourth senate hearing on DoD supply-chain management since 2005.
When audiences ask Christopher Horner, author of the Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming, why he hasn’t made a video of his rebuttal to former Vice President Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth,” he responds, “Well, just imagine 90 minutes of icebergs not melting…”
National Association of Scholars welcomes the 8-to-1 decision of the University
of Colorados Board of Regents to strip Ward Churchill of his tenured appointment
as a faculty member .
There is probably a reason that the higher education establishment does not seek a second opinion on its efforts. Educators are very likely not to like what they are liable to hear.