Last Friday disgraced former New York Times reporter Jayson Blair spoke to students at Washington and Lee University’s Journalism Ethics Institute on the subject of “Lessons Learned”.
Monthly Archives For November 2009
Not content to push global warming theories on students even when temperatures don’t support them, Florida Gulf Coast University is trying to censor skepticism off of its campus.
AJC: Increase health care costs; cut Medicare in half; undermine consumer choices and quality of care; and destroy federalism as we know it. These are all the effects that panelists at a recent Heritage Foundation meeting argue the current health care bills will produce if they pass.
AJC: “We are now losing in Afghanistan. It is not a slow win. It is not a stalemate,” proclaimed Frederick Kagan at the American Enterprise Institute’s (AEI) November 4th lecture on the “Afghanistan Strategy: The Way Forward.”
When most voters don’t win at the ballot box, they usually get over it the next day but make mental notes for the next election. Left-wing voters, particularly the academic variety that now may make up most of the breed, seem to need therapy, at least in print.
With its new guidelines on sex education, UNESCO is doing its characteristic best to compulsively make things worse.
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George Soros, the billionaire hedge fund operator and well-known atheist, has been pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into “progressive” Catholic groups that are significant players in the national debates over health care and immigration.
Tomorrow morning [Nov. 11] at 10:00 a.m., Mat Staver will deliver the keynote address to more than 10,000 attendees at an event to kick off a student-initiated and organized pro-life conference at Liberty University.
Do political leaders who alienate other nations increase the probability of a terrorist attack against their homeland? Recent research conducted by then- Princeton University professor Alan Krueger and Czech professor Jitka Malečková suggests that it does.
One piece of hope and change on the campuses that voted overwhelmingly for the party in power is that anti-war rallies centered on the American occupation of Iraq have virtually disappeared.