Although something of a liberal icon because of his presence at President Kennedy’s inauguration, poet Robert Frost was anything but left-wing, according to a friend who knew him well.
Monthly Archives For October 2007
Some analysts claim that the process of building a stable democracy in Afghanistan has not been achieved with the gradual pace of reconstruction, government corruption and ineffectiveness.
Contrary to popular perception, Russia is said to be seeking public-private partnerships with western experts to invest vast sums of Russian savings, Charles Ryan, Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Bank (Russia) said at the Heritage Foundation last week.
Middle-class children in suburban schools are not as proficient at their grade levels as most parents think.
Contrary to popular opinion, the current debt crisis has little to do with the Iraq War so much as profligate congressional spending.
A look at two academic icons—the United Nations and Alger Hiss.
Many public schoools have begun incorporating mental health screening tests into their curriculum, and may soon be analyzing family circumstances as a factor influencing low school performance under the No Child Left Behind requirements.
If they think of sovereignty at all, most Americans view it as the right of a nation to govern itself. Academics take an approach that may not only be at odds with that view but with the dictionary as well.
Professors at state universities continue to deny the existence of bias on their faculties despite mounting evidence of same.
Beween presidents, Democratic political appointees can seek refuge in the college of their choice, an option not available to most unemployed Republicans.