Accuracy in Academia will feature Troy University professor Chris Warden, author of the forthcoming Voodoo Anyone? Economics for Journalists, which AIA is publishing, in a special book forum at the National Press Club on July 30.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Now, it seems, even the saints have become political totems, with one church using St. Francis of Assisi to lobby for cap-and-trade.
In reality, the ACLU bears a closer resemblance to the insulated plutocrats it inveighs against than it does to any underdog that you can think of.
Studies on the astounding degree of neglect for essential reportorial practices remains valid. I could see this trend with a vengeance as an intern in the Senate press gallery a quarter century ago.
The Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union is still being fought, not by unrepentant, unreconstructed anti-communists such as your servant but by campus leftists born too late to be collaborators.
Too often we treat academic and media bias separately when their relationship is much more symbiotic.
Under the guise of scholarship, the professoriat would have us “leave them alone” but is the feeling mutual?
Historical theories usually spin around the alleged avarice of Christian white males, such as, supposedly, our founding fathers.
What professors usually do is quote each other. Historians actually dig up the primary documents that tell the actual story.
Education professionals think that they have come up with a way to get middle school students to share their life experiences in a way that is both therapeutic and instructive but the exercises may prove to be intrusive at best.