Just in time for football season, a defense of the game in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Monthly Archives For August 2013
You can get a clear idea of why the knowledge of American history has hit rock bottom by looking at the curriculum at most universities.
Once upon a time, the FBI actively recruited agents from Catholic colleges like Georgetown. Now, they would be lucky to find a reliable witness there.
In the Orwell-on-steroids world that is academia, you can frequently figure out what is not covered in a discipline by looking at the title of it.
Bishop Robert Lynch of St. Petersburg recently complained, “I am convinced that many so called Pro-Life groups are not really pro-life but merely anti-abortion.”
Charity begins at home, folks. So what about it, Fighting Irish?
“One of the biggest reasons the state tends to grow no matter who is in power is that the country has two big-government parties.”—W. James Antle III, The American Spectator, September 2013.
America’s largest teacher’s union is finally showing signs of antiquity and may be on the verge of irrelevancy.
Colorado appears to be at the forefront of education innovation and integrating brick-and-mortar classroom instruction with online learning.
“Increasingly, the Sunni-Shia divide is becoming more important in the Middle East than the Israeli-Arab conflict.”—Peter Hitchens, The American Spectator, September 2013.