Surprise, surprise. Spending thousands of hours on the Internet apparently leaves children poorly prepared to face the challenges of adult life, according to The London Telegraph.
Monthly Archives For May 2009
Two American Muslim scholars are prepared to launch the “first four-year accredited Islamic college in the U.S., what some are calling a ‘Muslim Georgetown.’”
President Obama is mounting a rhetorical campaign to seek “common ground” between pro-life and “pro-choice” Americans.
After nine years of investigation, Ireland’s Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse has published its findings.
Truly, now more than ever, students cannot let their education end with college graduation, particularly when institutions of higher learning are increasingly sacrificing bodies of knowledge for reams of interpretation.
Does lobbying represent a corrupt special interest, a neutral force, or a beneficial component of democracy in Washington, DC?
“For a long time, the fairness doctrine has been sound asleep. In my opinion let it rest in peace,” said Jerald N. Fritz, General Counsel at Allbritton Communications Company, during a discussion panel on the fairness doctrine.
Fund attorneys are representing another two German parents in an appeal to the European
Court of Human Rights filed Thursday.
The Favorite newspaper of professors everywhere has some explaining to do.
ACORN continues to come under fire even as U.S. Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) moved an amendment on the House floor that would allow non-profit organizations, such as the aforementioned group, easy access to federal funds.