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Monthly Archives For August 2013
Law students might be more career ready than most collegiates but what good does that do the rest of us?
“’Simplistic,’ one of those words always used by people who want to appear cleverer than they are.”—Peter Hitchens, The American Spectator, September 2013.
An academic takes a look at the effects of violence that may be at odds with that of many of his peers.
“The abiding belief that we can plant democracy anywhere, and that it will then flourish in harmony and love thereafter, is never cured by facts or upset by anomalies.”—Peter Hitchens, The American Spectator, September 2013.
Apparently there are “green jobs” after all, or at least “green grants”—in universities.
Academics supported Obamacare even more enthusiastically than Congress did.
At Accuracy in Academia and our big sister group Accuracy in Media we endeavor to give both of those institutions constructive criticism. Ergo, it amuses us to see them turn on each other.
College presidents seem blissfully unaware that they are living large at someone else’s expense.
“We benefit from bringing low skilled workers” into the United States, Dartmouth economist Ethan Lewis claimed at the Cato Institute but admitted that “we may be raising inequality.”