“The United States offers more health care than any other country in the world,” argues one health-care-policy analyst.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
If you think that the globe is not getting warmer, you could be closer to the inconvenient truth than most academic and media elites.
Although they portray themselves as more religious and fraternal than political, the Muslim Students Association is frequently so politicized that in days of yore it might be called subversive.
As the title of his book indicates, it is big-name Democrats Horowitz primarily takes to task for setbacks in the war on terror.
A couple of professors from the University of Chicago think they have found a way out of what they see as a national impasse over state marriage laws.
If you wonder why your professors cannot let go of their pet theories no matter how badly they work out when practiced in the real world, you will find part of the answer in A Conservative history of the American Left by Daniel J. Flynn.
Black pro-lifers, many of them ministers, are taking on the abortion provider, ubiquitous on many college campuses, although the dissenters’ efforts receive little media attention.
U. S. News and World Report took notice of the connection that 81-year-old Pope Benedict XVI was able to make with Catholic youth. Maybe it’s because, like grandparents and grandchildren, they have a common adversary.
So many generations have been taught that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt ended the Depression that it has become an article of faith for historians in and out of academia and, naturally, their media acolytes.
As an alternative to the Day of Silence that the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Community demands, and frequently receives, from schools, colleges and universities, we offer some retro music that you can listen to voluntarily at whatever volume you choose.