Beware of people who tell you what “everybody knows,” particularly if they are academics.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Some of America’s bishops are actually starting to defend Catholic principles with a vigor not seen in decades.
It turns out that the “change agent” running for president has yet another colorful associate the media seldom ask him about.
Critics in both the media and academia who point to exploding costs and denial of care as maladies afflicting the U. S. health care system are getting part of the story right.
Even when they are trying to be even-handed, academics show their biases. Case in point: a double book review in the Chronicle of Higher Education that seeks to equate the fathers of the two presidential candidates.
Nutty professors tend to get even nuttier during presidential election campaigns.
Evidently, women’s studies types have found at least one woman they may not want to study, at least as a role model.
America’s so-called intellectual elites remain either smugly ignorant or in outright denial of the West’s struggle with communism that consumed much of the 20th Century and is still too much with us, late and soon.
Buoyed by their success in persuading students to “get involved,” left-leaning college professors have overlooked a fundamental law of physics that can apply to human relations as well: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
There may actually be a part of the Pentagon’s budget that advocates of a strong defense want to cut. Naturally, it has precious little to do with taking up arms to defend America and a lot to do with feathering the already plush nests of universities.