A new report released by Grover Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) reveals that American political nepotism extends not just through the executive branch, but throughout Congress.
Monthly Archives For December 2007
When the higher education establishment and its enablers focus a hard self-critical lens on themselves, they see what they want to.
Our academic elites love to point out to the rest of us how unenlightened we are. Perhaps they can explain the scholarly value of some of the books rolling off of their own university presses.
Reality is for people who can’t face academia.
It looks like the university named after the father of our country has figured out a way to move gender studies to the next level.
“Dropout factories” are common in California, where more than one in 10 high schools fits the description.
Only a small percentage of student activity fees at UNC system universities are actually distributed to student campus organizations.
Academics have finally found a reason to support the tradition of marriage: Saving the environment.
Only an academic would comb the Watergate tapes looking for Richard Nixon’s views on homosexuality.
The premiere of It’s Still Elementary, a retrospective documentary featuring the public’s response to the controversial 1996 It’s Elementary film on homosexual discussions in Elementary School classrooms, was hosted by the NEA.