At the end of 2008, Harvard hosted the inaugural Richard S. Salant lecture on Freedom of the Press, featuring Anthony Lewis, a journalist and author of several books, including the well-known Gideon’s Trumpet.
Monthly Archives For March 2009
It might pay to check the roster of financial failures and match them up with their alma maters.
The name that keeps coming up over and over is—Harvard.
Military campaigns in Afghanistan have a very poor record, historically.
Michelle Rhee, the highly praised/beleaguered Chancellor of the Washington, D.C. public school system, is facing another hurdle.
Are green jobs good for the economy? Four economics and law professors argue otherwise in a paper entitled “7 Myths About Green Jobs.”
Old subsidies never die. They just get more expensive.
A Guardian newspaper opinion poll in the United Kingdom reveals that support for the Conservative Party has consistently stayed about that of support of the Labour Party since October of 2007.
The modern rhetoric of liberty, however, seldom accompanies true liberty.
Accuracy in Media editor Cliff Kincaid provides an update on the not-so-benign activities of former 60s radicals turned tenured college professors Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.
At this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Accuracy in Media held a reception to bestow the Reed Irvine award for excellence in journalism.