Many widely respected ideologues willfully ignore reality in support of their agendas, the former executive director of Accuracy in Academia told the audience at a recent luncheon sponsored by Accuracy in Media.
Articles By: Abraham Taylor
Students can learn about a part of Africa that their African studies departments are not likely to share with them in the documentary The Devil’s Footpath.
A new film, FahrenHYPE 9/11, challenges the assertions of Michael Moore by rebutting key points of the recent highly publicized Fahrenheit 9/11.
Look to your right, look to your left. One out of three high school students may not graduate, an education analyst at a Washington, D. C. think-tank found.
Symbolically stiffing the nearly 8,000 students in Utah’s McKay Events Center, Michael Moore began his speech 52 minutes late.
The film challenges extreme but growing ideas such as that of Gordon Feldman, professor at Brandeis University who described terrorism as merely “ways of inflicting revenge on an enemy that seems unable or unwilling to respond to rational pleas for discussion and justice.”
In warning a sympathetic Washington, D. C. audience of the “fearmongering” of the Bush Administration, a Brooklyn College professor conjured up some demons of his own.
Despite the harsh criticism this election season has spawned of President George W. Bush’s No Child Left Behind (NCLB), progress is being made, according to its proponents.
Michael Moore is coming to Utah, whether it wants him or not.
Leave it up to the academic left to try and extinguish views that would
challenge their own.