Professors who try to impart lessons about the Civil Rights struggle may be missing one, namely, the efforts of elders who lived through it to get the younger generation to understand.
Monthly Archives For March 2008
Finding a front-page 60s radical four decades after the fact is a bit like finding a needle in an academic haystack: You just have to stumble upon the institution of higher learning that the professional protestor sought shelter in.
Academics themselves are admitting that it doesn’t work, even as various presidential candidates still float ideas to provide “universal health care.”
How many students start dropping out in middle school?
As the presidential campaign heats up, the two Democratic contenders—Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are shoring up their base on college campuses, areas mostly off-limits for Republicans.
You can get a pretty good idea of where academics are coming from politically and where they expect their junior colleagues to fall on the political spectrum by what they tell each other, particularly when they put it down on paper.
When Donald Miller of Lancaster, Pa. wore a patriotic t-shirt to school last year to support his uncle’s mission in Iraq, school officials told him to turn it inside out.
One of the biggest programs that pumps your taxes to Planned Parenthood is Title X of the Public Health Service Act which underwrites birth control clinics and helps to expand Planned Parenthood’s access to teenagers, whose patronage it needs by the hundreds of thousands.
Wisconsin-based author/scholar/radio talker Charles Sykes reports that even at the liberal-left bastion known as the University of Wisconsin, students are refusing to be held hostage by the pc zealots.
Longtime radio talk show host Dennis Prager has some advice for aspiring college students and/or their parents.