Historians like to give names to periods like the “Age of Faith” or the “Age of Reason.” The twentieth century should be known as the “Age of Evil.” What made this century unique was the mass-produced nature of its evil history.
Monthly Archives For May 2010
In the wake of the Climategate scandal, panelists and audience members at the Fourth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC4) indicated growing confidence that the tide is turning in favor of those who believe that man-made global warming is not a crisis.
If you think that today’s professors spend their free time roaming through dusty library stacks, think again.
The University of Florida (UFL) is posting an online guide for employers who hire foreign guest workers even as American college students face the toughest job market in decades. Specifically, they show that guest workers are exempt from social security taxes.
Students in the Mesquite, Texas school district will have something to look forward to when school re-opens this fall.
One of the most disturbing things about our children and grandchildren’s education is they are getting a revisionist version of history. This keeps them from learning the lessons of history.
AJC: The clash between Sharia law and Western societies and the implications for Christian-Muslim relations was the topic of a recent forum held at the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C.
In case you hadn’t noticed, Al Gore scooped up another degree at last month’s University of Tennessee commencement ceremonies, despite protests by Knoxville Tea Partiers and Lord Christopher Monckton.
AJC: The concept of appealing to the world on a global or universal platform may seem kind, considerate, and pleasing, but ignores the importance of each nation’s sovereignty and even pride in one’s country.