Academics finding common cause with let-wing activists are not a new story, particularly since they are frequently the same people. But their effort to influence Evangelical Christians suggests a new twist on an old cliché: If you can’t beat them, subvert them.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Senator James Inhofe believes eco-terrorism is a problem for higher education in more than one way.
Public schools redefine deviancy and offer a revisionist take on Cuban communism to survivors of same.
On the one-sided nature of academics’ concern over illegal immigration and human rights.
Alarmed at the very idea that military recruiters can make direct appeals to high school students, a prominent anti-war academic is making some misleading statements of his own.
Historians could take a few lessons from David McCullough.
Here’s a quick look at what is happening on campus.
Christian schools use the same bad textbooks as public schools, Michael Moore’s movie is shown without challenge, the PTA is used as a front group and pollution is causing school failures in this campus wrap-up.
The AAUP took a poll and are now trying to spin their numbers against Academic Bill of Rights.
Critics of Israel have their own Amen Corner, in academia.