Four-fifths of the political contributions made by George Washington University employees went to Democrats.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
We’ve come a long way from Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech in which he exhorted listeners to judge others, if they must, on content of character rather than color of skin.
Look out children: academics are now entranced by something called “Teaching Beyond Tolerance.”
The White House has actually recommended cuts in
U. S. Department of Education
Not content to merely disrupt college sports with federal Title IX rules that mandate parity between men’s and women’s sports whether the ladies want to play or not, feminists are trying to feminize science, even if women do not want to pursue it as a career.
Like the government programs they have become, colleges and universities have morphed into bottomless pits for federal and state subsidies and magnets for corruption.
Accuracy in Academia will share a booth with its sister organization Accuracy in Media at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Showing the foresight that marked his life, Ronald Reagan neatly analyzed a pivotal shortfall in American education at the end of his final televised address as president in 1989.
They are about the one group that so-called elites have no problem piling negative stereotypes upon.
It seems that my alma mater is trying to embrace “diversity” without becoming Catholic in Name Only.