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Monthly Archives For August 2012
The debate over drilling for natural gas, which has been coined “fracking” by both opponents and supporters, has a new frontier. No, it is not Nebraska or other Midwestern locales, but in upstate New York.
Leave it to an academic to find intellectual underpinnings in the president’s dismissal of businessmen everywhere—those who start small businesses as well as those who preside over large ones.
He is now a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health.
The Left frequently accuses the Right of pursuing phantoms. Nevertheless, the political Left has pursued a few elusive targets of its own, particularly on the academic side.
Find out what slant that PBS is teaching teachers from in Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
In a jaw-dropping story in the New York Times, the Association of American Medical Colleges warns that ObamaCare is squeezing doctors out of practice–just in time for the swell in Baby Boomer patients.—the Family Research Council
Young America’s Foundation vice president Kate Obenshain and film director Stephen K. Bannon attended Tuesday’s Bloggers Briefing to discuss how the new film The Conservatives is a concerted effort to breathe fire back into the conservative movement.
The People’s Money: How Voters Will Balance the Budget and Eliminate the Federal Debt, is a refreshing take on how the American people, not the politicians, would change the current political discussion if they were empowered to do so.
In his last academic post the president was even more aloof than the average academic, according to one of his colleagues there.