The Top Politically inCorrect Words and Phrases for 2005.
Articles By: Don Irvine
In a rather novel approach to her daughter’s poor grades Tasha Henderson of Edmond, Oklahoma stood by as 14-year old Coretha stood at a busy Oklahoma City intersection holding a sign that read; “I don’t do my homework and I act up in school, so my parents are preparing me for my future. Will work for food.”
At U Penn, an ethics in journalism seminar turns into Spin City.
We often ask the question, What would Reed do?
There is nothing guaranteed to put your school on the map faster than getting involved in a battle over animal rights.
Organizers had hoped to hold that the Wold Can’t Wait walkout and protest in more than 70 cities, 45 colleges and 75 high schools but looking at the reports on their websites they fell far short of those goals as well as the total number of demonstrators.
Halloween may be over but the controversy over the holiday still lingers especially in the hearts and minds of the political correctness crowd.
Normally one would expect that when attending a Catholic university that that the school would follow the teachings of the church on issues of abortion, homosexuality etc…
According to some recently published data, educators at many of the nation’s top colleges and universities are heavy donors to Democratic candidates.
North Carolina may be a red state, but the major colleges and universities are still Carolina blue.