AJC: Last week the Institute for the Study of War hosted a presentation on Capitol Hill entitled, “Iraq’s Political Crisis.”
Monthly Archives For June 2010
During the Memorial Day weekend, Liberty Counsel filed in federal court a request for a preliminary injunction against the Santa Rosa County School District (District) and its Superintendent, Timothy S. Wyrosdick.
Those of us who find Teacher Work Days a relatively recent phenomenon, if not an oxymoronic one, can get a bird’s eye view of what they sometimes consist of from an inside account of an educational conference held late last year.
The academic tenure of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan at Harvard Law gives us a glimpse into not only the predilection of such institutions for systems not compatible with the U. S. Constitution but also the likelihood that such legal systems will play an increasingly unwelcome role in America’s future.
You can read about the academic record of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, which comprised most of her working life, in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.