When members of the D.C. Federation of College Democrats traveled to Ohio this fall to rev up undecided voters, they were surprised when one member of an Eastern European household shouted that he supported â€œObama the Communist.
Monthly Archives For October 2008
Central Michigan University has decided to charge a conservative student organization hundreds of dollars for security at a recent event with
nationally-known author, commentator and activist David Horowitz despite a threat of legal action.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has decided to cancel a speech scheduled for Nov. 15th by former 1970’s radical and associate of Barack Obama after receiving complaints from the governor and other elected officials.
What can this correspondent write about Gregory Charles Royal’s recent press conference at the National Press Club (NPC)?
Only from hallway posters did parents learn that the elementary school is hosting a “TransAction Gender-Bender Read-Aloud” next month.
For retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters there can be no more diplomacy with jihadi regimes, there can only be action.
On October 20, the Catholic League accused two left-wing Catholic groups of consorting with George Soros, the pro-abortion mogul.
What happens when a capitalist society determines that a problem needs a solution? Someone invents it.
It turns out that another modern-day concept bizarre to some of us old-timers—that of judges acting as de facto school boards—also, like so many other exotic trends, has its roots in academia.
Citizens of the United States may be happier than acknowledged by some, according to the Legatum Prosperity Index.