There might be something to these cruises after all. On a recent Hillsdale College excursion esteemed economist Walter Williams provided a civics refresher for cruisers that few in his professional environs of academia can even grasp.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Our sister organization, Accuracy in Media, is celebrating its 40th anniversary on Friday, Oct. 23, 2009.
A professor whom Accuracy in Academia has covered extensively is getting ready to take his act on the road.
Apparently there are limits to the Ivy League bastion’s tolerance and one group that does not meet them provides meals and medical care to undocumented visitors from south of the U. S. border before taking them home.
Why did Fox News hire an analyst whose advocacy and associations make him a viable candidate for an FBI watch list? Inquiring minds want to know.
The good news is that the experts say there will be jobs in the future. The bad news is that after a generation in public school, there won’t be qualified applicants to fill them, and wait until you hear what one of those emerging sectors is.
A headline in The Washington Examiner reads: Despite improvement, D. C. students’ math scores still lagging.
American presidents of both parties, all too often, need to be appreciated at a distance. Of the 20th Century chief executives, perhaps only Ronald Reagan holds up well under scrutiny.
Robert Novak questioned authority no matter which political party was in power, in columns, books, speeches and television appearances.