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Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Despite what you may have been lead to believe by the so-called mainstream media, the Pope delivered an address to Catholic college presidents that could be summarized as My Way or The Highway.
Arguably, some of the wayward college presidents fired by boards of directors in recent years fit this description.
Truly, ‘bless the beasts’ has taken on a whole new meaning in Catholic higher education.
If you wonder where new bureaucracies come from, look at their nurseries—colleges and universities. That is where such notions not only are procreated but polished and promoted as well.
A gathering of academics and human rights activists at Georgetown Law last week delivered some predictable broadsides at the Bush regime but also some unexpected critiques of the Clinton Administration.
When big-name Democrats return to academia after leaving elective or appointive office, they may go through withdrawals.
Americans’ awareness of their freedoms and where they came from are at a low point and the institutions that once passed on that knowledge are largely to blame.
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.
There’s only one thing that a politically correct university hates more than hosting a conservative think tank on its campus and that is when the guest scholar accumulates more prestige than the host institution.