The University of Southern California likes broadcast journalist Katie Couric’s pitches, provided that the CBS anchor lobs hardballs at conservatives and softballs at liberals.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
We don’t set out to cover the salacious but we’re on the education beat so what they do governs what we get to write about. Moreover, the prurient trend spills out into the popular culture.
In our bid to win the USA Today award for best investigative paragraph, we offer up some news items that run about that long.*
It is interesting that the very people who urge you to “speak truth to power” get annoyed when you actually do.
The class struggle is alive and well on campus from kindergarten through college, in so many ways.
From desecration of Christian icons to shouting down dissident viewpoints to penny ante smackdowns of candidates in student elections, America’s college campuses have become, if not fascistic, then at least places where fascism can happen.
A Baptist minister gave a sermon on economics that the ACLU and the Americans United for the Separation of Church and State would surely regard as crossing the theological divide.
Q. How does a Republican president get a college professor to show him some love?
A. He appeases Communist China
Politically active groups on and off campus are set to lobby a sympathetic newly-minted President of the United States to lift the ban that prevents open homosexuals from serving in the U. S. military.
A new book on the 1960 presidential election is more misleading than informative. Since it is written by the man who served as Barack Obama’s religious advisor in the 2008 campaign for the White House, the misdirection—whether it be the result of superficial research or political intent—does not make for a good omen.