Analysts predict that equipment shortages in the military may become a source for debate in the upcoming 2008 Presidential election.
Monthly Archives For January 2008
In his commentary on the demise of the higher education beat on many newspapers, the head of the National Education Writers Association reveals that these writers and their editors may have become too close to their sources.
Contributing to the political imbalance on university payrolls, the University of California just lowered its quota of Republicans.
At least one academic, University of Minnesota at Twin Cities associate professor Mark Fedelty, has concluded that travel to academic conferences contributes to global warming.
We have tried to point out some of the many errors in Ron Radosh’s critique of Blacklisted By History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America’s Enemies by M. Stanton Evans that appeared in National Review last month. Now, esteemed Elizabethtown College political scientist W. Wesley McDonald weighs in at Takimag.com.
According to a study of federal donation records 2008 presidential candidates by the Daily Princetonian faculty members at Princeton have overwhelmingly supported Democrats.
Researchers at the University of California San Francisco and spokesmen for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are scrambling to explain away the findings of a recent medical journal article on a drug-resistant strain of bacteria known as MRSA.
The problem is that most of the foreign aid and development efforts look at the poor people as victims thereby creating the ‘help is on the way’ mind-set. Very limited efforts have been directed to creating awareness that Africa is a big market.
To a lot of people foreign aid is a benevolent act and it should be upheld, while to others it is a waste of their tax dollars. But has foreign aid done more harm than good?
The dire state of teacher evaluations poses a serious problem to public school education. It is a problem that, Education Sector panelists stressed, is mostly being overlooked