Accuracy in Academia will host a special Constitution Day author’s night on September 12, 2011 from 6 to 8 PM. Food will be provided. You can rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monthly Archives For July 2011
The adamant position of Professor Asifa Quraishi of the University of Wisconsin Law School is that Sharia is a “way of life” which takes shape in everyday activities such as dietary norms, praying five times a day, doing good and tithing, which are in many ways no different than religious customs of Jews and Christians.
At the event held by the Center for American Progress (CAP) and the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), CAP Vice President Cynthia Brown gave an overview of the joint report of the potential roles of state education agencies (or SEAs).
“Gulliver (the United States) can’t get up because the Lilliputians (the government) are tying him down.”—Mike Morris, chairman and CEO, American Electric Power Company, Inc., July 19, 2011, The Atlantic forum on The New Work Era.
“Lawyers get paid a little bit more because we can quote a few phrases in Latin.”—U. S. Senator John Warner, D-VA, July 19, 2011, The Atlantic forum on The New Work Era.
“I am totally 100 percent in favor of the free market. We should try it sometime.”—
Jason S. Turner, esq., principal, Swankin & Turner, July 21, 2011.
“The recent growth in state laws requiring voters to show a photo identification has advocates for students worried that their clout at the polls will be sharply reduced.”—The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 29, 2011.
Hard-hitting reporting of higher education has been so abysmal for so long that when newspapers cut back on their coverage of it, readers seldom notice.
“More than half of those who come to my college are not prepared.”—
Robert Templin, president, Northern Virginia Community College, July 19, 2011, The Atlantic forum on The New Work Era.
“Maybe if our presidents had read The Iliad and The Odyssey, we wouldn’t be in Iraq.” John Sexton, president, New York University, Mike Morris, chairman and CEO, American Electric Power Company, Inc., July 19, 2011, The Atlantic forum on The New Work Era.