Academia may be the hardest place to be “people of faith.”
Monthly Archives For October 2013
The 212-page book could have included scandals from at least the first term of President Barack Obama, but they were conspicuously missing.
8 out of 10 College Professors Donate To Democrats
According to Walter Olson a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies, the government should be conducting itself with a simple motto “Protect individual rights, curb force and fraud, and butt out.”
College students may support the Obama Administration and Obamacare but they find it a poison pill, metaphorically.
The Responsibility To Protect, or R2P policies of the UN and, for that matter, the Obama Administration, are rather vague, economist Christopher Coyne argues in his book Doing Bad By Doing Good.
The professoriate, as seen through the eyes of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), thinks that Obamacare is wildly popular despite GOP efforts to make it unpopular.
Recently, an associate professor at Cornell took umbrage at our chiding her for making one reference to Stalin’s death count in an article on the Soviet dictator that seemed to downplay his casualties.
The state of New York discovered that special needs students are not enrolling in charter schools as much as they are in public schools, and immediately thought that the charter schools were to blame.
If you are rushing to get some of the swag that accompanies Obamacare, don’t blink: You might miss it.