A University of Pennsylvania professor, and Washington Post media reporter have written analyses of a new Obama ad. But they are as flawed as the ad itself.
Monthly Archives For June 2008
Barack Obama has appointed Georgetown Professor Tony Lake to his foreign policy team. Lake denies Alger Hiss’ well-established Communist connections.
German courts have repeatedly upheld homeschooling as a form of “child abuse,” a conclusion echoing that of a California court last February.
The McClatchy Company, which owns 30 daily newspapers, just completed a five-day series on the living conditions of suspected terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
New green legislation would add many expensive environmental regulations and building requirements to cash-strapped school districts across the country.
Historical theories usually spin around the alleged avarice of Christian white males, such as, supposedly, our founding fathers.
Professor Philip Zimbardo, known for his infamous Stanford Prison Experiment of 1971, discusses what circumstances make people do bad things.
One man says today’s Mexican immigrants aren’t “different, they’re just newer.”
Scott McClellan’s book What Happened spans a range of events that occurred during the Bush years and provides scathing profiles of several star-studded White House leaders.
Militarists tout aircraft carriers as the next step in China’s development into America’s worst nightmare.