Stephen Owings founded Road Safe America, a non-profit organization working to implement a national rule that would limit trucks to 68 miles an hour.
Monthly Archives For July 2008
Besides threatening jobs, Krikorian argues that illegals are not assimilating into the American culture, because technology connects today’s immigrants to their old cultures.
For our survival as a nation, to advance the cause of liberty and preserve what is left of our Judeo-Christian culture, faith and reason must infuse the life of an American college. Do any institutions in our land value these imperatives?
Is Generation Y going to cast informed votes, and if their candidate wins and our nation suffers, should we hold them solely responsible?
Several schools would receive a “B” or higher if this were an examination, and thus merit inclusion in this survey of Excellent American Colleges and Universities. Here they are, with a few brief insights.
Journalism professor Chris Warden, author of an upcoming economics textbook that Accuracy in Academia is publishing, will be featured on The Right Hour at 1:00 PM Friday, July 4th.
Dr. Warren Smith, Jr. spoke at the Heritage Foundation on June 17 about Chinese-Tibetan relations, Tibet’s bloody past, and the country’s uncertain future.
Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council predicts an internet explosion if the Fairness Doctrine returns. Find out why.
The 2008 National Education Association (NEA) conference is expected to focus more on the nation’s political season than on the well-being of American students.
The Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union is still being fought, not by unrepentant, unreconstructed anti-communists such as your servant but by campus leftists born too late to be collaborators.