When initial White House visitor logs were released in 2009, the administration quickly dismissed speculations about visits by “William Ayers.”
Monthly Archives For September 2012
In New York City, local schools are promoting the wrong kind of “extra curricular” activities.
Three years after the Department of Education announced a contest called Race-to-the-Top for $4.35 billion in stimulus funds, some parents, teachers, governors, and citizen and public policy groups are coming to an awful realization about the likely outcomes.
“Won’t Back Down” has already had previews at the Republican and Democratic conventions and was “well-received in both places,” the film’s producer Chris Flaherty said at the blogger’s briefing at the Heritage Foundation on September 25, 2012.
36 college presidents made more than one million dollars in 2009–Chronicle of Higher Education almanac. —Chronicle of Higher Education almanac.
It’s interesting to see the value system at work among university administrators when they actually have to cut their budgets.
Even given the longstanding urge of academics to treat Democratic presidents the way the Catholic Church once treated saints, the academic Left may have been a bit hasty when it rushed to canonize the current occupant of the White House.
President Obama’s approval ratings in his last academic post were not as high as we’ve been lead to believe.
This Friday, September 21st, Accuracy in Media will be webcasting live a major conference in Washington, D.C. called, “ObamaNation: A Day of Truth.”
While everybody else was taking cuts in pay and benefits, executive pay went up 4.9 % in colleges—Chronicle of Higher Education almanac.