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Monthly Archives For September 2008
The late Troy University professor Christopher T. Warden, the former editorial page editor of Investor’s Business Daily, explains why gas prices are so high in a recent Accuracy in Academia meeting at the National Press Club.
Even when they are trying to be even-handed, academics show their biases. Case in point: a double book review in the Chronicle of Higher Education that seeks to equate the fathers of the two presidential candidates.
Troy University professor Christopher T. Warden, the former editorial page editor of Investor’s Business Daily, explains why gas prices are so high in a recent Accuracy in Academia meeting at the National Press Club.
Nutty professors tend to get even nuttier during presidential election campaigns.
Jim Belvin argues that paying for college is a team game and “but the player that’s perhaps most important in the long run is the parent.”
Power lost . . . communication down . . . millions die from starvation . . . the United States has just been hit by an Electro-Magnetic Pulse, or EMP. This is not a new Lucas or Spielberg script, a fantasy concocted in the minds of a sci-fi junkie.
In rmarks to the Independence Institute today, Linda Chavez discusses the presence of racial, ethnic, and gender preferences in Colorado’s public education, contracting, and employment programs.
Many public colleges and universities in Colorado use racial preferences in undergraduate admissions to increase minority enrollment.
In a recent panel at the Brookings Institution, foreign policy analysts proposed a new strategy for dealings between the United States and the Middle East.