If you have been following the lawsuit in Florida involving the ACLU’s attempts to criminalize prayer in the Santa Rosa County schools—get ready for some shocking news!
Monthly Archives For March 2010
When so-called public intellectuals leave the lecture hall to comment on the world outside their podium, they display a disconnect to the world the rest of us live in. A trio of these sages shared their advice for the president with Julie Mason of The Washington Examiner.
Affirmative action remains a controversial issue in American society; opponents argue that racial preferences undermine the equal treatment of citizens, while supporters argue that endemic racism requires policies which compensate for long-standing racial inequalities.
The 2008 elections are over, but former Weather Underground member Bill Ayers is not likely to be out of the limelight anytime soon.
That citadel of diversity in Durham, N. C., does not want to carry tolerance too far.
We have devoted ample space to the paucity of Republicans welcomed in academia. What is almost as instructive is a look at the representatives of the Grand Old Party who are embraced in academe. Consider Meghan McCain’s recent appearance at George Washington University.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the cancellation of the gay-Jesus play “Corpus Christi” at Tarleton State University (it was scheduled to be shown on March 27).
A University of Wisconsin-Madison student gave his interpretation of young voters’ expectations for health care reform at a recent press conference organized by Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) office.
‘The taxpayer: That’s someone who works for the federal government but doesn’t have to take the civil service examination.’
– Ronald Reagan
A government perpetually in search of victims may be writing off some genuine ones. “Anti-Semitic incidents remain a problem on some U.S. campuses,” the Scholars for Middle East Peace (SPME) recently wrote in a letter to the U. S. Secretary of Education.