It turns out that the gatecrasher who partied at the White House may have had ties to not only the Obamas but also to a professor whom AIA has covered.
Monthly Archives For November 2009
Apparently academic approval does carry over outside of academia.
AJC: Iran has a history of bullying its own people and the international community, an attitude exemplified today under the tight-fisted rule of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Could emergency powers given to state and federal leaders to deal with the H1N1 virus lead to violations of American civil liberties? Conditions at the state level may be a test of how wisely government officials will use their emergency powers.
Without my kind of energy, you’d need a whole lot more of this flight attendant’s kind of energy to create the “old fashioned” Thanksgiving that so many of us picture when we think of the nationwide holiday.
Feast and football. That’s what many of us think about at Thanksgiving. Most people identify the origin of the holiday with the Pilgrims’ first bountiful harvest. But few understand how the Pilgrims actually solved their chronic food shortages.
Bill and Melinda Gates, in their education reform efforts, have drawn the ire of NEA types, RiShawn Biddle at the Capital Research Center points out.
Can the SAT be cool? The makers of this motivational video certainly try.
AJC: Today, there are “far too many people saying ‘let’s move beyond Reagan,’” lamented Steve Hayward, author of The Age of Reagan and keynote speaker at Accuracy in Academia’s November 5th Author’s Night.
The Elizabethtown College faculty recently voted to endorse (and presumably to implement) a 19-page document titled “Embracing Inclusive Excellence: A Five-Year Plan for Strengthening Campus Diversity.”