The Bucknell University Conservatives Club’s magazine, The Counterweight, recently received the “Paper of the Year Award” from the Collegiate Network.
Monthly Archives For November 2007
We have been much too negligent in honoring our incredibly heroic veterans such as Gerald Francis Davis, who risked everything so that the rest of us could have our freedoms.
American antipathy toward trade has been growing rapidly. However, world-renowned economist Jagdish Bhagwati argues that American free trade phobia is unjustified.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan states his position on key U.S.-Turkish foreign policy issues.
A partisanship check of the Harvard Institute of Politics’ Resident and Visiting Fellows reveals 62 Democratic Fellows and 31 Republican Fellows.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USIR) has asked the State Department to shut down the Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA) in Fairfax County, Northern Virginia for concerns about whether “what is being taught at ISA promotes religious intolerance.”
America’s Smallest Schools, a new study shows that there is a relationship between parental involvement and children’s school success but policy analysts are using the results as a call for increased federal funding of education.
Although education officials dreaded the Bush Administration’s allegedly two-fisted approach to public schools in its No Child Left Behind program, a new study shows that they seem to have found ways to work around it.
While the United States government focuses on the Middle East in its war on terror, closer to home, U.S. Representative Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., stresses that Cuba is a terrorist state.
The professors who tell you that “Everything is relative” probably fail to relate how destructive an idea that is.