The winner of Accuracy in Media’s 2009 Reed Irvine award for a lifetime of achievement in investigative journalism gives examples of media bias that you probably haven’t heard.
The academic antipathy toward Joe McCarthy was in full swing at this yearâ€™s Modern Language Association (MLA) Convention.
Professors generous with their time and ideas frequently concoct policies that U.S. presidents of both parties adopt.
An argument could be made that this past presidential election was not so much a choice between a liberal and a conservative as much as what some authors might term a contest between feminine and masculine progressives.
America’s so-called intellectual elites remain either smugly ignorant or in outright denial of the West’s struggle with communism that consumed much of the 20th Century and is still too much with us, late and soon.
Accuracy in Academia will feature Troy University professor Chris Warden, author of the forthcoming Voodoo Anyone? Economics for Journalists, which AIA is publishing, in a special book forum at the National Press Club on July 30.
The Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union is still being fought, not by unrepentant, unreconstructed anti-communists such as your servant but by campus leftists born too late to be collaborators.
Lustick’s article amounts to little more than an anti-American attack on par with Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s sermons.
Like many other critics of Joe McCarthy, Ronald Kessler would be more persuasive if he knew something of the subject.
The latest survey on academic bias has sent academics into their usual state of denial despite evidence of same that frequently stares them right in the face.