I would think a peacenik would abhor all war and call for peace whenever and wherever it broke out. But alas, the peace movement is currently silent (Day Four) when it comes to the recent Russian invasion of Georgia.
Monthly Archives For August 2008
At least one California court has recognized and corrected a grave disservice done to California families.
Wikipedia, the much-ballyhooed online information source, was recently blamed, along with other online research sites, “for Scotland’s falling exam pass rates.”
Facing an energy crisis at home and punitive new regulations abroad, some of the largest airline companies are banding together to face the problems caused by these trends.
British tots will soon be subjected to “lessons on human rights and multiculturalism, in between finger-painting sessions and nap time.”
Are Freudian analyses of the human mind becoming a thing of the past? A new study released this month finds that psychiatric practices are increasingly opting for medical therapies over the traditional “couch talks” that once symbolized this mental health profession.
The facts of the failed Doha negotiations reveal a more impotent China than Americans would expect.
A UT Austin professor may be exercising her academic freedom by acting as a pre-publication censor for Random House.
So what exactly has Nancy Pelosi’s “do-nothing” Congress done?
Pastor John Hagee, founder of the pro-Israel lobbying group, Christians United For Israel, expressed his own concern about the obstacles facing pro-Israel students on campus at this year’s CUFI summit.