The Valerie Plame Affair, which resulted in the conviction of White House aide Louis “Scooter” Libby, serves as rallying point for many opponents of the Bush Administration. However, some conservatives remain skeptical of Plame’s alleged victim status.
Monthly Archives For August 2007
Federal grants accepted by the District yearly since 1980, to be used for the education of children of migrant farmers and fishermen, have been swallowed up by the bureaucracy.
High-profile pundits such as the Fox News Channel’s ubiquitous Dick Morris have alleged that the left has taken over the internet and enjoys an advantage there similar to the edge that conservatives have in talk radio.
Occasionally, academics make more sense than either journalists or politicians.
With just a month to go until Constitution Day, a UCLA psychologist has discovered a privilege buried in the Ninth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution that the framers probably never envisioned—the right of professors to date students.
To many cynical observers, “Gay Camp” may sound redundant but to the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Community it is a summer retreat for campus activists.
Accuracy in Academia invites DC-area interns and students to a FREE PIZZA PARTY with Elizabeth Kantor, author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature.
If a Catholic priest, or, for that matter, any cleric, abuses his position in pursuit of carnal knowledge, expect the story to get front-page treatment. When a public school employee tries to improve his love life by hitting on students, no matter how young, you can find the story covered in…three paragraphs at the bottom of page 19.
While the “separation of Church and State” crowd has been noticeably mum on the opening of charter schools such as the Kahil Gibran Academy in Brooklyn, the efforts of other religions can still provoke their ire.
How much do you want to bet that any such academy would re-enforce the Administration’s position on universal health care, raising taxes and so on?