When garden variety academics leave their ivory cocoons, they are really at a loss.
Monthly Archives For August 2010
Liberty Counsel challenges the board’s recent ban on Bibles during Religious Freedom Day on school campuses in Collier County, Florida.
As the educational establishment makes every effort to push Western Civilization down a memory hole, a hearty band of activists is proving, once again, that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
It didn’t take long for an academic to weigh in on the controversy over the Ground Zero mosque in lower Manhattan.
In a move described as a new “branding strategy,” the YMCA recently decided to change its name to simply the “Y,” which prompted Conan O’Brien to comment that “You know times are tough when even letters are getting laid off.”
With everybody but college professors acknowledging the left-wing bias in academia, the next question becomes, when did it start?
Scholars who go against the academic grain and suffer the consequences for their apostasy have pinned some hopes for change on developing technology.
One of the reasons that Liberals have so many misconceptions about conservatives is that their knowledge of history seems to begin when they get up in the morning.
The type of programming that would get a parental lock at home comes in the classroom live and courtesy of the health care bill.
Those who most loudly proclaim the need for qualified math and science teachers are literally being challenged on how much they value science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.