The infamous far-left blogger, Max Blumenthal, perhaps best known for his harassment of Michelle Malkin at the 2007 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), has persevered in his online posting of pseudo-documentaries.
Monthly Archives For September 2007
At the same time that American students are becoming more and more technologically adept, they are increasingly less and less likely to possess rudimentary capabilities, data from the National School Boards Association (NSBA) indicates.
There is no doubt that the ideas expressed by authors Dr. Allan C. Carlson and Mr. Paul T. Mero at The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium on Friday, September 7, 2007, could not have come at a more appropriate time in history of this country, when there is an absolute need for fundamental changes in the structure of the American family.
Over the last half century, America has become embroiled in a culture war between so-called Open Society liberals and Reaganite conservatives.
At Savannah State University, a student group called Commissioned II Love was expelled last year as an official organization for “practices that are not unlike [that] of a cult.”
It seems that the professional media guidelines currently require coverage of Iraq to focus on ongoing insurgency, death counts, and sectarian violence, and that the media characterize the newly formed democratic Iraqi government as largely ineffectual.
LEWISBURG, Penn. – In honor of the sixth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Bucknell University Conservatives Club will be constructing a memorial.
“Environmental Utopia” attempts to demonstrate that radical environmentalism imposes disastrous costs on society.
California legislators may get an epidemic of boys wetting their pants if the lawmakers get their way and can introduce gender-neutral bathrooms in the Golden State’s public schools.
Once again, Republican officials have helped to pave the way for a pet project of the overwhelmingly left-wing educational establishment—all-day kindergarten.