At the Heritage Foundation blogger’s briefing from 12-1 on December 15, 2009, M. Stanton Evans will be giving a few remarks on Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
A surprisingly positive development in the textbook publishing world leads us to believe that hoped-for change may actually arrive some day.
Law school professors used to teach their students that hard cases make bad law. Now, budding barristers learn how to make bad law.
Here’s a tidbit you are unlikely to get from the Women’s Studies Center: Mothers in countries with restrictive abortion laws are healthier than those in nations which have abortion on demand.
Always check the vintage of ideas that academic, political and media-elites label “new.”
Opponents of abstinence education who say it doesn’t work speak with some authority: They’ve been doing their level best to defeat it.
A new political science textbook, American Democracy Now, actually makes a stab at balance and, to a surprising degree, can claim some success.
A new book on Education And The Cold War: The Battle For The American School attempts to downplay the dominance of the Left in schools.
Although a veteran of the college lecture circuit, President Obama’s speech at West Point may have marked the first time he has ever spoken at an institution of higher learning that actually educates. Alas, he was not up to the challenge.
Bill and Melinda Gates, in their education reform efforts, have drawn the ire of NEA types, RiShawn Biddle at the Capital Research Center points out.