Although it may be a minority viewpoint among scholars, some intellectuals do not think that talk show host Glenn Beck’s criticism of President Woodrow Wilson goes far enough.
Monthly Archives For September 2010
A recent guest commentary in The Tower, the independent newspaper at Catholic University, leads to questions about what the Church’s institutions, including the Church itself, teach the faithful about the faith.
If test scores look too good to be true, they probably are.
The funny thing about books that cover the Founding Fathers is that they generally only come alive when the authors quote their subjects.
At least one university has come up with an innovative advertising campaign that may give them an unwelcome defense from allegations that they violate truth in advertising laws.
Accuracy in Academia is featuring a true patriot and accomplished writer at its Constitution Day author’s night.
“Benjamin Franklin probably would be a Republican if he were alive today.”—
Robert Kagan of the Brookings Institution in an appearance at the Cato Institute on September 1, 2010.
As college students prepare to enter a threadbare workforce, some are learning what outsiders have long suspected: Their professors were wrong.
Notre Dame philosopher tries to sell libertarians on welfare rights.
He appeared more afraid of answering constituents’ questions than he was of defensive linemen.