The transcript of the first part of author M. Stanton Evans’ address on accepting the 2009 Reed Irvine lifetime achievement award from Accuracy in Media.
Monthly Archives For March 2009
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed the First Amendment case of a high school valedictorian whose microphone was turned off after she began speaking about the importance of religion in her life during her graduation speech.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on an editorial in today’s New York Times.
American educators and human rights activists are looking to make sure foreign academics with ties to terrorists or anti-American views can get back on American campuses.
The United States faces what www.recovery.gov calls “a crisis unlike any since the Great Depression.” To combat this crisis, the government has come up with The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Experts and pundits warn that if we do not improve our college graduation rate, our nation’s power and status may decline more quickly, in comparison to the rise of other powers in an increasingly multi-polar world.
On March 15, 2008, a miracle occurred. Mass was held for the first time in the first church in Doha, Qatar. Our Lady of the Rosary Roman Catholic Church is the first Christian church in the predominately Muslim country.
The Center for American Progress (CAP), about which Time magazine recently said that there is “no other group in Washington with more influence at this moment in history,” weighed in on the mortgage crisis on March 16th.
More than half of higher education institutions responding to an educational association’s recent survey indicated that they knowingly admit illegal immigrants to their colleges and universities.
At 27, Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., is currently the youngest member of Congress.