Academia has latched onto a new and powerful victim group by introducing “Fat Studies” on several American campuses.
Monthly Archives For May 2008
To protest his school’s “Day of Silence” in 2007, Alexander Neuxoll countered the pro-homosexual celebration with a T-shirt that read, “Be Happy, Not Gay.”
Many of the world’s tragedies can be traced back to radical envrionmentalist movements, argues Ian Murry.
Students at Boise State will host a lecture next week to raise awareness about Global Warming and the myths surrounding it.
Several Muslim scholars argued at a recent Georgetown University conference on religious freedom that the best way for America to encourage Islamic religious freedom is to stay out of the discussion.
Yon Goicoechea, the leader of the Venezuelan Student Movement, has recently been declared the winner of the 2008 Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty.
Believe it or not, a conference at American University provided strong representation for last summer’s anti-conservative study, “The Structural Imbalance of Political Talk Radio.”
America continues to face obstacles to free speech touted in the name of “public interest” media regulation.