Although a compelling issue in the 2000 elections, educational issues have been eclipsed by security concerns in the War on Terror and growing fears about America’s global competitiveness.
Monthly Archives For March 2008
Unfortunately, our collective history is unfamiliar to many American high schoolers. Responses to Common Core’s questionnaire, put to 1,200 17-year-olds, paint a startling portrait of teenage historical and literary ignorance.
If you think that you can go to your school board with complaints about teacher union efforts to block education reforms, think again.
This week the House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on H.R. 2857, the Generations Invigorating Volunteerism and Education Act, more creatively known as the GIVE Act.
With the transition of Cuban leadership from Fidel Castro to his brother, Raúl, academics have started speculatin about the future of the Cuban system, namely, whether the transition will birth a democratic movement.
But what went over the top was the fact that William F. Buckley, Jr. for all of his patrician background was a genuine, kind and decent nice guy.
One of the benefits of the recap of the annual March for Life that anti-abortion activists hold here in our nation’s capital is the glimpse it gives us of the full throttle manner in which abortion is promoted today.
Just when we thought the indoctrination in California’s public schools couldn’t get any worse, state lawmakers introduce bills that will further brainwash innocent children.
Although the strict text of the U.S. Constitution includes the treaty clause as the only means by which the U.S. can enter into such international agreements, there’s a growing body of mostly liberal-left “legal opinion” that holds that “congressional-executive agreements” like NAFTA can serve as substitutes for treaties.
Last Fall, the president of a Catholic college acknowledged a trend we have been highlighting for years.