Oakley ignores an important aspect of the Act’s inception when he insinuates that the Semper Fi Act has the end goal of reducing earmarks. Rather, the Act is likely another attempt by legislators to extend the powers of the Solomon Amendment.
Monthly Archives For February 2008
Compliance with Title IX which can even be a struggle for some of the larger colleges and universities in the country is a particular problem for the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) according to a new study released this week by the College Sports Council .
News stories this week show cheating on tests reaching epidemic proportions.
Lila Rose, a pro-life student and reporter at UCLA, launched an undercover investigation aimed at exposing the racism of the nation’s largest abortion merchant. Students there are so infuriated by the investigation that they are petitioning the university to cut all affiliation with Planned Parenthood.
If the common saying, “if you are young and not liberal, then you have no heart; but if you are old and not conservative, then you have no brain,” holds true, then why are our academies littered with aging Marxists and radical feminist professors?
A chapter in Black History not likely to be taught in many classrooms or lecture halls anytime soon, in February or any other month.
Over half of the press run of the most recent issue of The Counterweight, the magazine of the Bucknell University Conservatives Club, was vandalized last week.
As Black History month draws to a close, we should highlight a Wilsonian trend in policy that is relevant to President Woodrow Wilson’s national and international outlook—segregation.
Researchers at Northwestern University examined published reports of patient treatments with adult stem cells for autoimmune and cardiovascular diseases.
The ACLU filed suit to take away property tax exemptions for housing that is owned by religious organizations and used by private school teachers.