At a recent conclave at the National Press Club, a trio of political scientists trotting out their election forecasts were asked what role ideology played in their predictions.
Monthly Archives For October 2008
With Election Day nearing, the politics surrounding the Association of Community Organizations Reform Now (ACORN) cannot just go away.
In-house audits that Academia inflicts upon itself invariably give the Ivory Tower a clean bill of health but a recent study at least attempts to scratch beneath the surface.
The Heritage Foundation hosted an event recently to discuss the book’s premise, which shows Christian values as the woven fabric of American culture and societies during its fruitful beginnings, while questioning America’s moral decline over the years.
Students at West Virginia University (WVU) were prohibited from distributing their conservative, student publication at the school library on October 14, despite prior approval from the college president.
The Polish contribution to America dates from the Revolutionary War era.
What do the body’s molecular structure and car engines have in common? Both are clearly made by someone, argues one biochemist.
Being sold as just another gaffe, Senator Biden’s comments two Sundays ago were not a mistake. The Senator meant every word.
At several events held in the nation’s capitol last week, the country’s economic situation and implications for its future continued to dominate reflections
Will the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) steal the 2008 election for Barack Obama?