Two old government hands assess the extent of the remaking of the state under the current administration.
Monthly Archives For July 2010
“Conservatives look at leftists and see them as misguided. Liberals look at us and see us as evil.”
—Author and activist David Horowitz at Hillsdale College’s First Fridays, First Principles breakfast on Capitol Hill on July 9, 2010.
Artist puts Stalin in D-Day memorial when Old Joe was nowhere near Omaha beach. Read more.
Student loan default rates are much higher than government data originally suggest, reports Kelly Field for the Chronicle of Higher Education on July 11.
PRINCETON, NJ (July 16, 2010)—This fall, Arizona voters must choose whether to vote for the Arizona Civil Rights Initiative (AzCRI). The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has submitted an official argument in favor of AzCRI.
New Flash: George Washington University has actually hired a Republican, albeit as an adjunct.
After saving the quota over merit system at the University of Michigan, Lee C. Bollinger went on to Columbia University to preserve its traditions. Unfortunately, he’s succeeding.
AJC: The debate regarding whether international law should play a contributing role in deciding Supreme Court cases has sparked national interest and concern.
A large chunk of the blame for the ever-deteriorating state of education goes to some of academia’s favorite targets.
It appears that the White House and Democratic Party leaders have settled on their Fall campaign strategy—the economy!