It’s bad enough when recognized scholars go outside of their subject areas. It’s worse when they offer novel interpretations of their own alleged fields of expertise.
Monthly Archives For January 2011
Looking for loans in all the wrong places—Venezuela.
“If Republicans are to remain true to the verdict of 2010, the message of this election cannot be merely containment; it must be rollback.”— University of Virginia professor of politics James W. Ceaser in the Fall 2010 Claremont Review of Books.
Although the U. S. Senate voted down the federal government’s latest attempt to expand government entitlements, academics remain just as adamantly for it.
An academic has recommended a plan of action for the new U. S. Congress that is actually partly grounded in reality.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of the massacre in Arizona last weekend and their families.
Administrators at California State University’s Fresno campus may have been so anxious to pass the federal DREAM Act that they did not question the legality of the actions of the Student Body president promoting it, a self-described student activist claimed.
A pair of Harvard professors are resurrecting the work of an African-American writer so politically incorrect that she was virtually bypassed in the rush to inaugurate variations of black studies programs—Harlem Renaissance writer Zora Neale Hurston.
Alliance Defense Fund attorneys filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday on behalf of Tree of Life Christian Schools against the city of Upper Arlington after it refused to grant the school a permit to use its own new building.
A new move by the Obama Administration may actually move education reform further than No Child Left Behind ever did.