SAN JOSE, Calif.—A California federal court has refused to dismiss a First Amendment lawsuit filed by The Rutherford Institute that challenges a decision by public school officials to prohibit students from wearing American flag t-shirts to school.
Monthly Archives For February 2011
If you want to find out about the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood on American college campuses, let alone in the Middle East, you are looking at one of the few sites which attempt to provide it.
Half a century ago, veteran actor Robert Preston revived his career playing con man Harold Hill trying to sell River City on his think system for playing the Minuet in G. A think tank at Bard College seems to be applying that approach to Twentieth Century economics.
Prof decries influence of “hillbilly porn” that he seems to have been the only viewer of.
The media may be in “see no evil” mode about the Muslim Brotherhood but this fraternity is hardly a benign force wherever it is massed in significant numbers, whether that be in the country of Egypt or on an American college campus.
28 years ago I was invited to lunch with Hosni Mubarak, the then new president of Egypt.
Conventional wisdom says if it isn’t broken there is no reason to fix it.
At The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs recently, four former press secretaries shared their thoughts and insights on their job and the media in, “Live From The White House: Making and Shaping the News.”
We live in a country that loves a winner.
Law school students may not only be getting an incomplete view of American history but a misleading notion of the Law of the Land, a dissident professor shows in a new book.