It looks like the university named after the father of our country has figured out a way to move gender studies to the next level.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Reality is for people who can’t face academia.
The myth of marauding Christian street gangs has really taken hold among academic elites who pride themselves on demythologizing myths.
It always mystifies the education-for-social-change crowd that no one is quite as excited about their pet causes as they are.
Only an academic would comb the Watergate tapes looking for Richard Nixon’s views on homosexuality.
Want tenure? Learn to love Charles Darwin. Want to keep your tenure? Work his name into your license plates. Want to keep your job? Never, never cast aspersions upon academia’s favorite butterfly expert.
As M. Stanton Evans shows in Blacklisted By History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America’s Enemies, Taiwan and South Korea might owe their freedom to the brawling Irishman from Appleton, Wisconsin.
The visa process may be in need of revision, especially if you can check YES to being a participant in genocide, or a member of a hostile foreign government and still get into the U.S. This is a posting from April 26, 2006 in which we link to the visa forms discussed by M. Stanton Evans and Mal Kline on a Thanksgiving Day C-SPAN 2 broadcast.
C-SPAN 2 will broadcast the last Accuracy in Academia author’s night which featured M. Stanton Evans, author of the recently published Blacklisted by History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America’s Enemies.
Although education officials dreaded the Bush Administration’s allegedly two-fisted approach to public schools in its No Child Left Behind program, a new study shows that they seem to have found ways to work around it.