Lustick’s article amounts to little more than an anti-American attack on par with Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s sermons.
Monthly Archives For May 2008
Should parents be key players in year-round school assignment decisions? An ill-conceived appellate court decision this week says they shouldn’t.
Electricity prices increase, millions of jobs are lost, and household revenues drop. These are not the effects of an American recession—they are an act of Congress.
This year, gutsy kids stayed home from school on the Day of Silence (with their parents’
permission) and let school officials know why.
If you wonder why your professors cannot let go of their pet theories no matter how badly they work out when practiced in the real world, you will find part of the answer in A Conservative history of the American Left by Daniel J. Flynn.
As an incident in Toledo, Ohio unfolds, it seems that civil rights may not be as secure as most Americans think.
For a book touting independent, rebellious American activism, not giving the readers opposing information or the tools to evaluate the books’ argument—in effect demanding that readers swallow the information wholesale—seems highly “undemocratic.”
Like many other critics of Joe McCarthy, Ronald Kessler would be more persuasive if he knew something of the subject.
The Students for a Democratic Society is having a reunion, in the Obama campaign.
Far from the 8-10 percent figures that some cite, the number of homosexuals in America is only 2.9 percent of the 18 and older population, according to researchers from Hunter College.