California-born Muslim Imran Raza takes Americans behind the doors of the radical madrassa Jamia Binoria in his upcoming documentary, The Karachi Kids.
Monthly Archives For July 2008
It’s that time again. The National Education Association teacher’s union met in Washington, D.C. over July 4th week for its annual convention and to endorse Barack Obama for president.
The coming conflict over gay marriage permeates into much deeper aspects of life and law, and churches being slapped with lawsuits barely scratches the surface of the legal challenges ahead.
The recession-proof city wants to get even richer, at the expense of burnt-out taxpayers.
Both Israel’s airstrike on Syria and Ireland’s rejection of the Lisbon Treaty exemplify a fundamental debate every nation must have—globalism vs. nationalism.
Despite what Americans have been hearing about the nation’s poor civics literacy, renowned education reformer Diane Ravitch suggests that, on historical subjects at least, civics education may have made “some headway.”
Nearly 100 U-Chi faculty members have signed a petition against establishing a Milton Friedman Institute on campus.
Coming to the conclusion that migration should not be thought of as a distinctly national issue, two authors presented data on their research of metropolitan cities experiencing and influx of foreign-born immigrants.
When 11 percent of Yale’s senior class, 10 percent of Georgetown’s and 9 percent of Harvard’s head off to teach at some of America’s most impoverished inner city schools for the next couple of years, something’s going on.
The main claims that politicians make when they raise taxes on cigarettes have been found to be wanting, and very expensively so, by the National Taxpayers Union.