Apparently she’s not as Native-American as was once believed.
Monthly Archives For May 2012
What hath 100 federal teacher training programs wrought?
While Barack Obama’s image as America’s “gay president” is still settling in the public mind, another image came hurtling into view – that of Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, the person in charge of more than 49 million public school kids, expressing his full support for same sex marriage as well.
Recently, some long-suppressed government reports have finally revealed that it doesn’t work, despite spending nearly $7 billion on nearly 1 million children every year.
For years we have reported on professors who brag that they have done something worthwhile by taking their students to Cuba.
Over the objections of many Catholics, Georgetown University had Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius speak to its Public Policy Institue graduates at their Tropaia ceremony on life lessons in public policy.
Some of those on the receiving end of their campaigns say they do not just stop at boycotts.
As if he hasn’t had enough bad news, now the presdent faces a study finding him wanting from one of his key constituencies—academia.
This month, the Steubenville university became the first in a long line of colleges to reconsider its student health coverage after the President’s contraception-abortion pill mandate.
President Obama’s policy toward Russia may be encouraging Russian President Vladimir Putin’s views on the weakening of Obama’s presidency.