A three-judge panel sided with a New Jersey school board which argued that a football coach cannot kneel and bow his head during student-led prayers.
Monthly Archives For April 2008
Recent results from a national student writing test confirm the lament that writing is becoming a lost art, especially in California.
If you wonder where new bureaucracies come from, look at their nurseries—colleges and universities. That is where such notions not only are procreated but polished and promoted as well.
If you’re wondering where this year’s tax dollars are going, a new study from Georgia State University suggests that at least $112 billion of them are covering the costs of American divorce and out-of-wedlock births.
With the media making such a big deal about Russian posturing, from the nation’s recent polar explorations to the launch of new missile submarines, fears have risen that Russian military action may again threaten U.S. national interests. Heritage panelists are more skeptical about Russia’s military capacity.
A gathering of academics and human rights activists at Georgetown Law last week delivered some predictable broadsides at the Bush regime but also some unexpected critiques of the Clinton Administration.
Jim Hightower, America’s #1 populist and corporate critic, talks about on-campus progressive advocacy and his new book, Swim Against the Current.
When big-name Democrats return to academia after leaving elective or appointive office, they may go through withdrawals.
A member of the progressive movement recently lamented that students were losing touch with their American heritage.
The blogsphere went nuts Wednesday over the story of Athens, Texas teen, 13-year-old Melanie Bowers.